Monitoring traps - crawling insects
Archive rooms, magazines, restoration workshops, exhibition rooms and other endangered areas should be monitored within the framework of Integrated Pest Management (IPM). This allows changes to be detected at any time and appropriate pest control measures to be taken.
Monitor traps with adhesive surfaces are particularly suitable for monitoring crawling insects such as silverfish, long tailed silverfish, dust lice, woodlouses, cockroaches and beetle larvae. The attractants they contain are attractive for many species and enable unspecific monitoring of the various insect species.
The monitor traps can also be equipped with special pheromones to attract specific insect species. As a result, a meticulous, reliable evaluation of the damage occurrence of individual species can be carried out and the resulting measures can be determined.
The trapped insects are not destroyed by these traps, so that the pest occurrence can be safely quantified and recorded. Furthermore, the adhesives and attractants as well as the pheromones do not contain any harmful chemical substances and are therefore completely harmless in their handling and with regard to surrounding stands and objects.