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Many fly species can transmit a multitude of pathogens, which can be a significant risk to health and have a negative impact on your business reputation. Rentokil's innovative Lumnia fly control units use LED technology and streamline modern design to effectively eliminate flies and protect your business reputation.
Rentokil’s unique Lumnia fly control units have been designed and developed with innovative and patented LED technology to attract, eliminate and encapsulate flies effectively and hygienically. This significantly reduces the risks of contamination to food, surfaces and most importantly your customers.
Lumnia units use high attraction output LED strips that have lower glare and a more discreet, reduced visibility of caught flies in the unit. These high performing units have a modern seamless design that fits discreetly within your premises.
Lumnia LED - lighting the way in fly control
These energy saving fly control units monitor the surrounding environment to automatically adapt power output from day to night to reduce energy consumption. The LED strips have at least a three-year life span and use considerably less energy than those in conventional fly killer units. In fact Lumnia fly control units provide an average of 61% energy savings over three years when compared to equivalent competitor.*
Lumnia LED electric fly killers offer you and your customer’s peace of mind
*Energy consumption testing carried out by Rentokil Initial against equivalent competitor units.
The Lumnia fly control units are not only designed to effectively eliminate flying insects. Health & Safety has been a primary concern during development of Lumnia. The units have been designed with a sliding mechanism to allow safe access. This means that there is no requirement for using ladders when servicing the fly control units, an important H&S consideration in any business premise.