Lure Power: 80 Watts
Coverage: 1,200 sq. ft.
Effective and sanitary.
Galaxie Wall Sconces combine ultraviolet blacklight energy with Flowtron's exclusive fly attracting pheromone (Fly Sex Lure) to make these units powerful fly control devices which are both effective and economical to operate. Flies and other light sensitive flying insect pests are attracted to the ultraviolet light and special fly lure, and are eliminated silently as they come in contact with the large capacity, strategically placed adhesive board.
The unobtrusive, attractive design, in eye-appealing and durable stainless steel, is ideally suited for installation in front-of-store locations or in any sensitive area where flies are a threat to sanitation and where the use of chemical pesticides is undesirable.
Family-owned since its start in 1920, Armatron International began operations as an automobile radio manufacturer. After over 80 years of innovation, it is known today through its Flowtron division as a worldwide leader in outdoor products. From the 1920s through the 1960s, the company advanced its manufacturing and design capabilities to include tape players and stereo systems for automobiles and for home use. Responding to increasingly fierce competition from the Far East, the company began diversifying into other product lines. In 1974, the Flowtron Outdoor Products Division was formed to design, develop and manufacture electric heaters and electronic insect killing devices for residential and commercial use. In 1980, the company changed its corporate name from Automatic Radio Manufacturing Company to Armatron International, Inc. to better reflect its expanded line of consumer products. Today, through its Flowtron Outdoor Products Division, the company designs, develops, manufactures and sells a select line of lawn and garden products. Its products are distributed to major retailers in the USA and Canada and to foreign markets throughout the world. All products are proudly manufactured in the USA in facilities in Malden, MA, and Ft. Wayne, IN.