Sparked by the emergence of diseases in the U.S. like West Nile Virus and Dengue, consumer demand for mosquito control devices has increased along with the number of companies manufacturing mosquito traps. Scientifically and independently tested around the world, Mega-Catch™ mosquito traps have consistently outperformed other brands, attracting some impressive customer feedback along the way – but even more convincing are the test results.
Mega-Catch™ in the U.S.
- Mega-Catch™ out-catches Mosquito MagnetÒ Pro and Mosquito MagnetÒ Residential
In 2001 the Mega-CatchÔ ULTRA and Mosquito MagnetÒ Pro and Residential traps were put to the test in Central Florida by USDA research entomologist Dr Daniel Kline. Read more
- Mega-Catch™ ULTRA out-catches Mosquito Magnet® Liberty, Flowtron®, Dragon Fly, Lentek™, Mosquito Deleto and SonicWeb™
Dr J P Smith (Ph.D., B.C.E. Florida A&M University), J Walsh and R Huss conducted a study in the summer and fall of 2002 on the campus of the John A. Mulrennan Sr., Public Health Entomology Research & Education Center (PHEREC) of Florida A&M University, comparing eight commercially available mosquito traps. Read more
Mega-Catch™ in Australia
- Mega-Catch ™ULTRA out-catches Mosquito Magnet® Pro
A study conducted in tropical Far North Queensland, Australia (Feb, 2004) again compared the performance of the Mega-Catch™ ULTRA which uses a variable quantity slow CO2 gas release system against the Mosquito Magnet® Pro which produces carbon dioxide via combustion of propane. Read more
- Mega-Catch™ PREMIER & ALPHA out-catches Mosquito Magnet® Defender
A further study (March, 2004) by the same researchers compared the mosquito catching ability of a series of commercially available mosquito traps. The Mega-Catch™ PREMIER Mosquito Trap even without the use of carbon dioxide (CO2 ) which had been marketed as the primary consumer standard for effective mosquito control, out-performed eight popular mosquito traps sold in the U.S that use CO2. Read more
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