Machanism of the Bio Trap

Bio Trap UV L E D Plus+ Phohotocatalyst Mosquito Trap Principle

Principle of Capturing Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes, even in the dark, can easily access where a person is by sensing carbon dioxide and temperature that he/she sheds. Also, Mosquitoes react extremely sensitively to near ultraviolet rays. Using these properties of mosquitoes, Our Mosquito trap can decoy and capture mosquitoes both in bright indoors and in dark outdoors by a tripartite system: HEAT and A CERTAIN 365nm WAVE LENGTH RAY produced from the UV LED bulbs installed inside, and CARBON DIOXIDE produced when UV LED are radiated onto TiO2 coat.

Decoyed mosquitoes enter the trap through the capture windows on the upper parts, and then are strongly drawn into the capture net, on the lower part. Once they are drawn into the capture net, they cannot fly away upwards due to the strong current of the ventilator. Mosquitoes quickly dehydrate and die. No messy & costly sprays, Harmful Mosquito Coils, Appling Creams, Oils or Vaporizers.

 

Purifies air through Photocatalysis & Sterilizes sundry bacteria

Using TiO2, ATTENTION-GETTER of ENVIRONMENT PURIFICATION FIELD. A smoke/insecticide-free mosquito trap which simultaneously purifies air and exterminates mosquitoes has been specially devised.> It is absolutely harmless on environment, livestock and pets, for it is insecticide free.

TiO2 Photocatalyst Introduce

The effect of Photocatalysis used in TiO2 pays attention in the field of pro-environment.

Titanium dioxide, also known as Titania, is the naturally occurring oxide of titanium. TiO2 was approved as a food additive in 1968 by the USA. At present, TiO2 is used in making chocolates and is a totally harmless material to the human body. Photocatalysis is a disintegration that uses light-energy with TiO2 as a catalyst. TiO2 is not changed so can be used permanently. In case there is a little ultraviolet ray from the sun or lamp, TiO2 purifies air and sterilize ill-smelling molecule by response to organic matter on the surface of TiO2.