Shenzhen, China (PressExposure) March 07, 2011 -- As the weather warms up outside and the leaves start popping out, it's only natural to start dreaming about a season full of lively deck and garden parties.
Everybody wants to enjoy outdoor life without worrying about the annoyance that insects bring to the party. These freeloaders don't bring their own food- they'll either eat your food, or eat you. So then, what's the best way to take part in a pest-free affair?
It's about this part in the article where you would expect to read about a bug-zapping light being introduced. However, Electronics Wholesaler Ankaka has opted to carry something much safer, cheaper, and efficient, while being just as effective!
A conventional mosquito-killing light typically utilizes a high-voltage current surrounding a fluorescent light for the purpose of electrocuting the insects attracted to the light. However, as you can imagine, this can be quite hazardous, especially around small children.
Ankaka's bug light may look like an entry in the high-voltage zapper variety, but the light inside is actually ultraviolet, and is used to attract bugs only, not to kill them- that honor is reserved for the innovative gadgetry inside the device. Once the bugs make their way into the lantern, they are sucked into the lower compartment by an ever-spinning fan. The pests will be killed by either the impact with the fan, or through suffocation from the airflow. You can also opt to release them outdoors, once in the trap.
When you are done using the mosquito lamp, simply hit the "off" switch and pull a lever to open the bottom of the device, for easy disposal of the dead insects.
The Mosquito-Killing Lamp can be used in any setting, such as the outdoors, home, or office. It has an effective area of 40 square meters. Due to the trap's method of extermination, its operation is noiseless, odorless, and environmentally-friendly.
This superior insect trap uses no pesticides, yet mimics the natural presence of a human by emitting light, warmth, and carbon dioxide to attract, trap, and kill nuisance insects.
Unlike propane gas traps that require refills, or electrocution solutions that create sanitation problems by releasing pathogens into the air when an insect is vaporized, carbon dioxide attractant is generated when warm ultraviolet rays from the fluorescent bulb irradiate the trap's funnel which is coated with titanium dioxide; carbon dioxide is the same gas expelled by humans during respiration and is the primary source of attraction for mosquitoes.
"Ankaka is a family-friendly electronics supplier. Therefore, it is only natural that we only carry products that are safe for everyone. Normal bug lights present a serious hazard to families with children. That's why we decided to carry this equally-effective alternative to the high-voltage version," says Lisa Zhou, Ankaka's marketing representative.
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