How to kill mosquitoes with outdoor mosquito killer lamps?
Both chemical and physical methods are available. Drugs such as propoxur have residual contact insecticides and are sprayed on the surfaces of indoor (house or stable) mosquito habitats, such as walls, ceilings, backs of wardrobes, etc. Mosquitoes that invade the room, when they inhabit such surfaces, are poisoned and die when they come into contact with the drug. This method is the most widely used chemical mosquito control method and is mostly used to control Anopheles mosquitoes. The main purpose is to kill the Anopheles mosquitoes that enter the room at night to suck blood. Through this control method, the spread of malaria can be reduced or cut off. It is suitable for controlling systemic and endocrine mosquitoes.
Physical methods can kill mosquitoes through mosquito killer lamps. Mosquito killer lamps can be divided into indoor mosquito killer lamps and outdoor mosquito killer lamps. Indoor and outdoor mosquito killer lamps. Indoor mosquito killer lamps can be divided into electric shock type mosquito killer lamps, sticky trap type mosquito killer lamps, and photocatalyst mosquito killer lamps. Of course, if it is a place with high environmental requirements, only sticky-type mosquito killer lamps can be used. Electric shock-type mosquito killer lamps are not suitable for use in flammable and explosive places, because electric shock to mosquitoes will produce sparks and mosquito debris. cause secondary pollution to the environment. Generally, sticky mosquito killer lamps are used in hotels, restaurants, food factories, dust-free workshops, and shopping malls.