*Data taken from a 2015 survey of 1,000 decision makers in global businesses by the Centre for Economic Research (Cebr)
Commercial fly control
Leaders in Pest Control Services throughout the United Arab Emirates
Qualified and experienced Pest Control technicians
Innovative and Unique Treatments that resolve Pest Problems effectively
Flies such as fruit flies, drain flies and ever-present house flies can transmit a multitude of different pathogens, causing significant risk to health and severe impact on your customers, your business and your bottom line. A persistent problem across many industries, flies were voted as one of the most disruptive pest with:
Left unmanaged, a small fly problem has the potential to develop into a severe infestation in a matter of weeks. With some fly species being able to mature in just seven days, it is imperative businesses take a proactive approach in fly control. Professional pest control, employee training and the right deterrent measures in place can go a long way in avoiding costly treatments.
Developed with innovative patented LED technology, our Lumnia range of insect light traps are designed to attract, kill and encapsulate insects hygienically, eliminating the risk of contamination.
Designed for a range of environments to quickly and efficiently reduce the risk of flies, Lumnia is one of the leading pest control products which helped Rentokil win the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation in 2018. No matter how large or small your business, there is a Lumnia unit suited to your needs:
At Rentokil, our Global Research and Development Centre have utilised the latest in pest control technology to develop a range of best-in-class insect light traps. Due to the use of low-energy LED lamps, the Lumnia range of fly control units offer a three-year life span and save up to 70% of energy compared to equivalent competing products, providing businesses a more economical, sustainable fly control solution.
The innovative use of LED lamps in our fly control units attract insects by emitting the same wavelength of ultra-violet light that insects can see and then encapsulates them hygienically to reduce the risk of contamination.