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PlusZap Aluminium Electric Fly Killer 30w

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60593
  • Offset 'Killing Grid' creates a large, effective catch area
  • Staggered tubes give efficient light output
  • Easy to remove catch tray
  • Tool free tube removal
  • Anti-blow out folds
  • Flexible mounting options
  • 30w will cover 80marea

The staggered tubes of the PlusZap Aluminium Electric Fly Killer create an efficient light output whilst the innovative, offset 'Killing Grid' creates a large and effective catch area with easier servicing.  The mains interlocked catch tray is simple to remove for quick and safe maintenance, with anti-bow out folds.  The unit offers tool free tube removal for a quick and simple service.  There are flexible mounting options for wall, desk and ceiling suspension. 

30w will cover an 80m2 area.

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