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Compact 20W Actinic Heath Moth Trap (240V)

  • Innovative new design with inverted bulb
  • High catch rates
  • Lightweight and sturdy
  • Flatpack design for portability
  • Mains powered
Compact 20W Actinic Heath Moth Trap (240V)
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Compact 20W Actinic Heath Moth Trap (240V)

About this product

Heath moth traps traditionally provide lower catch rates than Robinson and Skinner moth traps, but this innovative trap with an inverted bulb provides much higher catch rates that are comparative with a twin 30W actinic trap. The Compact 20W Heath Moth Trap is made from lightweight durable polypropylene and can be packed flat so that it fits into a daysack. It is easy to assemble and very portable so is great for holidays or garden trapping, but it is mains powered so needs to be set up near a power source. The light source is a 20W actinic bulb, please see the Accessories for suitable replacement bulbs.

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For more information on our range of moth traps please visit our blog article: The NHBS Guide to Moth Traps

Specification

Dimensions (box): 28 (H) x 25 (W) x 25 (D) cm
Assembled height (including vanes): 47cm
Weight (including electrics): 3kg
Cable: 5m 

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