Insect Light Trap

Insect Light Trap

Catalogue No. – 17023
Made of mild steel with a box at the bot tom for pl a c ing k i l l ing
bottle/tray. Length of funnel 30 cm, diameter of funnel at the tail end 5 cm, size of box40 x 40 x 25 cm. Funnel coming into box for convenient collection of trapped insects into the tray. Provided with a shade to cover the whole

Catalogue No.Type
17023/01With Electric Bulb
17023/02With Flourscent Tube
17023/03With U. V. Tube


An insect light trap is a device that uses light to attract and trap flying insects, such as moths, flies, mosquitoes, and beetles. The trap typically consists of a light source, a collection chamber, and a mechanism for trapping and disposing of the insects.

Insect light traps work by emitting ultraviolet light, which is attractive to many flying insects. As the insects fly towards the light, they become trapped in the collection chamber, which is often lined with sticky tape or coated with a non-toxic insecticide. Some insect light traps also use a fan or suction device to draw the insects into the collection chamber.

Insect light traps are commonly used in a variety of settings, including homes, businesses, and outdoor areas, such as parks and campgrounds. They are particularly effective in controlling populations of nuisance insects, such as mosquitoes and flies, and can be used as part of an integrated pest management program.

In addition to their practical uses, insect light traps are also used by researchers and entomologists to study insect populations and behavior. By collecting and analyzing the trapped insects, researchers can gain insights into the distribution and abundance of different insect species.