Designed to cover large open-air spaces by incorporating a powerful fan, the Industrial Hazer is ideal for large agricultural or industrial applications such as farms, parks, large rooftops, and airport runways. It has been designed to specifically address geese infestations in areas such as office complexes or athletic fields.
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Industrial hazer produces a haze that causes irritation to birds as they fly through it.
- Ideal for large agricultural or industrial applications such as farms, parks, warehouses, loading docks, etc.
- Easy to move - simply rolled on its wheeled base.
- Exterior rated fan is great for outdoor or large airspace use.
- FDA-registered food flavoring additive won't harm birds, property or the environment.
- Economical, reliable and easy to maintain.
- Heavy-duty, powder-coated metal construction.
Installation: This unit is mobile, so move the machine daily as needed to take advantage of the wind. On calm days, simply point the machine at the area to be protected.
Refilling: The Industrial Hazer is easily refilled by removing the airline on the fluid holder and twisting the cap counter-clockwise. After filling the tank, replace the cap and reconnect the airline, making sure the nozzle is facing away from the fan.
Proudly manufactured in the USA.
|Haze Type||Heavier haze, circulating fan for greater coverage.|
Up to 2 acres
(the results may vary depending on the application and wind direction)
|Dimensions||36" H x 36" W x 36" D|
|Timer||Programmable digital timer with battery backup|
|MA Capacity||2 gallons|
|Warranty||1 year if the fluid is purchased from Flock Free/ 90-day warranty if purchased elsewhere|
|Installation||A mobile unit, it can be moved daily or as needed to take advantage of the wind.|
|Installation Requirements||120-volt outlet. This unit is not for use in temperatures under 20 degrees. The prime time to use this hazer is spring, summer, and fall, not harsh winter environments.|