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  • Scare.MAX kuna, tchor,rodent, outdoor surfaces, 303/4X repr

    €328.80

    Maxi ultrasonic scaremonm of pests and insects, proven novelty.
    This maxi scare is effective in scaremice, rats, cunes and tchor.
    Laboratory research has shown that certain ultrasonic sound waves attack the auditory and nervous systems of most common pests causing them pain and discomfort. Pests give up their food source, water and shelter and try to leave the area where ultrasound is present. The device emits refined, irregularly long, ultrasonic waves with irregularly long breaks.
    These highly intense sound waves are outside the range of hearing people and most pets such as dogs, cats, fish, birds and livestock.

  • Power ultrasonic rodent scare cheewn CZ-765 retuned

    €66.00

    General scare of all small pests, including spells, weasels, dogs.
    A versatile scaremonour of small pests near your house or in the garden.
    It drive away mice, flats, rats, squirrels, kuna, weasels, tchora and other pests.
    It emits refined, irregularly long, ultrasonic waves with irregularly long breaks.

  • Ozone Generator 20G/048 for cleansing from rodents and bathing

    €438.00

    Active ozone-generator of ozone 20G/048 for cleaning of the space from rodents and bathing, including their desolation + reliably weet snakes and other pests.


    Air Ozoniizer Cleaner
    Professional ozone Generator module for faster removal of pathogens and odours using "active oxygen" (O3), which produces ozone in two levels of performance (3.5 and 7g/hr). The ozone generator is designed for the treatment of larger spaces. The ozone generator is undergoing oxygen (O2), which is converted to unstable ozone (O3) by means of a "silent" korona of the discharge. Ozone disposes of all pathogens, odours and insects (mites, mole, etc.) that are found in the room.

  • copy of Scarecička.MAX kuna, tchor,rodent, outdoor surfaces, 303/4X repr

    €120.00

    Ultrasonic pest and insect scare, a proven novelty. This maxi scare is effective in scaremaids, rats, kuna and tchor.

    Laboratory research has shown that certain ultrasonic sound waves attack the auditory and nervous systems of most common pests causing them pain and discomfort. Pests give up their source of food, water and shelter and try to dispense with the area where ultrasound is present. The device emits tuned, irregularly long, ultrasonic waves with irregularly long breaks