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How Does the INZECTO Mosquito Trap Kill Mosquitoes?

The traps patented design provides the ideal breeding ground for container breeding mosquitoes to lay their eggs. Studies have documented mosquitoes prefer to lay eggs in the INZECTO Mosquito Traps vs. other alternative breeding grounds minimizing the number of eggs mosquitoes will lay in alterative water containers.
The internal surface of the trap is covered with a patented slow release low dose pesticide mix. 90%+ of Adult female mosquitoes die on contact when they land on the interal surface of the mosquito trap. Some Mosquitoes can lay eggs before dyging inside the trap, in that case 100% of larvae are killed by the pesticide released in the water. The INZECTO Mosquito Trap prevents the spread of pesticide resitant mosquitoes by targetting and killing Adult Mosquitoes and Larvae.

What Types of Mosquitoes Does the INZECTO Mosquito Trap Kill?

The INZECTOtrap is designed for container breeding mosquitoes such the members of the aedes family - Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus. These are the most common moquitoes found in urban areas and are daytime biters. Such species are not only annoying pests but also can carry dangerous diseases transmitted to humans and pets such as dengue, zika, west nile, chikungunya, equine encephalitis, yellow fever, canine filariasis and many others.

Does the INZECTO Trap Kill Mosquitoes Resistant to Insecticides?

Over time mosquitoes have become resistant to certain pesticides. The trap uses a dual approach to target adults and larvae with a mix of different pesticides and is highly effective in environments where mosquitoes have developed pesticide resistance.

Have the INZECTO MosquitoTraps Been Scientifically Proven to Kill Mosquitoes?

Yes. The traps have been developed and researched at the University of Florida and funded by the Pentagon’s Deployed War Fighter Protection Research Progrom. INZECTO Mosquito Traps have passed the most stringent efficacy tests required by International agencies.

How Quickly do INZECTO Traps Reduce the Mosquito Population?

Once properly installed, Traps will begin working immediately and continuously for 3 Months. Mosquito population visibly reduced within one week from deployment and continued population control for 3 months.

Do INZECTO MosquitoTraps Prevent the Spread of Vector-Borne Diseases?

Yes. Field test studies have proven the capacity to reduce / eliminate the spread of dangerous diseases transmitted to humans and pets such as dengue, zika, west nile, chikungunya, equine encephalitis, yellow fever, canine filariasis and others.

What is the maximum coverage area for Two (2) Traps?

3,000 Sq Ft – on average

How Long do the INZECTO Mosquito Traps Last?

Three (3) Months from the moment of installation / when water is added. You should replace your traps at the end of 3 months and dispose them.

How does this compare to traditional Pest Control Systems / ie spraying, fogging

• The traps DO NOT release pesticides in the environment
• The Inz-ECO Mosquito Trap kills ONLY mosquitoes
• The effectiveness of the trap lasts signigicantly longer than any other pest control treatment
• The traps are more suited for a long term preventative approach by eliminating both adult mosquitos and larvae.
Alternative methods of spraying pesticides to target only adults can have short term results, while the environment may preserve millions of uneffected eggs
ready to hatch at the first rain.

Are the INZECTO Traps Safe around Small Children?


Are the INZECTO / Water Inside the Traps Pet Friendly?


Does the INZECTO Mosquito Trap Kill Bees?

The trap is designed to be appealing to ONLY Mosquitoes for the purpose of laying eggs. Other insects could enter the trap as a water source although they will not be particuallary attracted to the trap.

Do I need these Traps if I already have a Pest Control Service?

The INZECTO Mosquito Traps are highly effective and environmentally friendly alternatives to traditional pest control methods proven to be safe for humans and other animals. They can work in conjunction with existing pest control systems and/or replace them if you a prefer a more environmentally friendly solution.

Are Mosquitoes Capable of Exiting the Trap?

90% + Adult female mosquitoes die on contact when they land on the interal surface of the Inz-ECO Trap. Some adult mosquitoes can fly out of the trap and will die shortly after exiting.

Will Mosquitoes Die after Leaving the INZECTO Trap?

Yes - Some adult mosquitoes can fly out of the trap after contact with the internal surface but will die shortly after exiting.

Can Mosquitoes Breed Inside the INZECTO Mosquito Trap?

No. Live mosquitoes cannot grow or breed inside the trap.

Should I Remove the Dead Mosquitoes from the Trap?

No – it is not necessary to remove dead mosquitoes from the trap.

Can INZECTO Mosquito Traps be Used Indoors?

The traps are designed for Outdoor usage. While there is no harm to place the trap indoors, its usefullness will be limited.

Can I use the INZECTO Mosquito Trap on a Condo Balcony?

Yes, the trap can be used in any open outdoor area suited for mosquito populations.

Can I Place the Traps on Bodies of Waters such as Ponds and Pools?

No, traps are not to be placed on bodies of water. Traps should be placed in a shaded area in your yard on a flat surface or hanging from a tree.

Are the INZECTO Mosquito Trap Safe for Organic Farming?

Yes, the traps do not release pesticides into the environment.

If there is a Dramatic Temperature Drop, will the Traps Remain Effective?

Yes, low temperatures would not effect the pesticides inside the INZECTO Mosquito Trap.

What if the Red Cap is Displaced or Lost?

The trap will continue to work without the red cap. The caps function is to prevent dirt and other materials from filling the trap. Should other materials enter the trap, remove and refill with water.

What if the Trap Tips Over?

Just refill with water and return to upright position. INZECTO Mosquito Traps will continue eliminating mosquitos.


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