- 100% Certified
A new compact model that features more advanced repelling technology than "Grad
505". Rodent repeller "Grad 506" is intended for use in residential areas, but it is also effective for protecting sheds, cellars, warehouses, hangars, etc. Effective protection area: up to 500 sq.m. (0,12 ac). The device features constant high emission power thus it is suitable for protecting large rooms. Updated! Wide-angle of ultrasound exposure. Unlike "Grad 505", the angle of ultrasonic exposure is increased to 180° in the new "Grad 506". This allows you to use the repeller in rough conditions, even with "obstacles". Completely silent run. The product works only in the ultrasonic range which is not perceived by the human ear. You can work or relax next to the operating repeller, it will not bother you.
NEW IMPROVED MODEL !
Repeller "Grad 506" is based on "Grad 505". We carried out "correction of errors" and took into account feedback of the users of "Grad 505". The new repeller is perfectly balanced from the point of power and the algorithm of the ultrasonic signal. Though it’s compact, it features the high efficiency of repelling and it is absolutely silent.
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
The appliance generates ultrasonic emission which affects the central nervous system of the rodents causing pain and discomfort as a result, pests cease to eat and reproduce normally. After some time they will be forced to leave the inhabited area and move
away from the source of disturbing noise at a safe distance (more than 100 m / 328 ft).
The device has a built-in plug and is plugged directly into the outlet, immediately starting to repel rodents. There’s an LED indicator on the front panel of the housing that helps you to control the operation of the device. "Grad 506" is primarily intended for use in residential areas, but it can also be used to repel rodents in grain and vegetable stores,
in industrial and commercial premises, in shops, cafes, restaurants, warehouses, etc. In residential areas, the device can be installed in the kitchen and balconies, in dark rooms, where rodents usually nest.