HORIZONTAL HANGING STYLE INSECT LIGHT TRAPS
WITH EXTERNAL COLLECTION TRAYS

Horizontal Hanging Insect Light Traps (ILT) protect exterior entries such as loading docks and personnel doors; ideal for high ceiling areas.

With nearly 360 degrees of insect attracting black light lamp emission, hanging units employ large electrical grids to dispatch flying insects. These ILT units require minimal ceiling heights of 10.75 feet. Unit's base must be at least 8.5 feet from the ground. Careful consideration of forklift traffic and material stacking should be made prior to installation.

Series 399ET | Series 494ET | Series 599ET

Image of Typical Insect-O-Cutor Hanging Model With Exterior Insect Collection Tray

Horizontal Hanging Insect Light Traps with Collection Tray
(Series 494ET Pictured)


Series 399ET insect light traps protect single entry [man] door areas and areas with limited access. These horizontal hanging style models are ideal for use where flying insect populations are low to moderate. (Not available in Canada)

Series 399ET
 Energy Efficient Model Numbers
Metal Finish 
Aluminized Steel399ET
Stainless Steel399ETS
Black Light Lamps24 BL Unfiltered and 24B BLB Filtered
Gross Weight of
Specific Models
Aluminized Steel = 38 lb / 17.2 kg
Stainless Steel = 41 lb / 18.6 kg
Unit Dimensions29.0" Long X 27.0" High X 24.0" Wide
(737.0 mm Long X 686.0 mm High X 610.0 mm Wide)

Series 494ET insect light traps protect single truck door areas. These mid-size horizontal models should be used where flying insect populations are high enough to be readily observable. (Not available in Canada)

Series 494ET
 Energy Efficient Model Numbers
Metal Finish 
Aluminized Steel494ET
Stainless Steel494ETS
Black Light Lamps36 BL Unfiltered and 36B BLB Filtered
Gross Weight of
Specific Models
Aluminized Steel = 46 lb / 20.9 kg
Stainless Steel = 51 lb / 23.2 kg
Unit Dimensions42.0" Long X 27.0" High X 24.0" Wide
(1067.0 mm Long X 686.0 mm High X 610.0 mm Wide)

Series 599ET insect light traps protect large exterior entryways (rail and truck doors); trash and garbage disposal areas; and areas with high levels of competing light. These horizontal style models should be used in areas where maximum flying insect elimination is required. (Not available in Canada)

Series 599ET
 Energy Efficient Model Numbers
Metal Finish 
Aluminized Steel599ET
Stainless Steel599ETS
Black Light Lamps48 BL Unfiltered and 48B BLB Filtered
Gross Weight of
Specific Models
Aluminized Steel = 60 lb / 27.2 kg
Stainless Steel = 66 lb / 29.9 kg
Unit Dimensions53.0" Long X 27.0" High X 24.0" Wide
(1347.0 mm Long X 686.0 mm High X 610.0 mm Wide)


Unit design features: Oversized external metal collection tray. Steel construction materials. Operator activated toggle switch deactivates electrical current for servicing. Spring loaded and fixed lamp holders for secure, safe, and easy lamp tube servicing. Side panel jacknuts (threaded holds) accommodate eye-bolts. Three-wire grounded cord and plug.



Insect-O-Cutor® Insect Light Traps

For use in areas where low life time cost insect light traps are preferred. Our wide range of models provides a variety of choice for almost any area within your facility … from warehouse load docks … to production areas … to labs … to even office areas. Insect-O-Cutor® insect light traps and glueboard flytraps incorporate state-of-the-art, energy-efficient components and black light insect attraction lamps that meet our stringent criteria.

Energy-efficient models are designed to comply with various energy conservation programs (LEED, Green-lights, EPACT). Electronic-ballasted units reduce overall electrical consumption while actually increasing light output by 8% to 15% per lamp due to increased operational efficiency. Less energy consumed … more insect attraction light emitted.

High performance ILT models, now discontinued, utilized ultra-high current circuitry to increase insect attracting black light emission. An Insect-O-Cutor® innovation, ultra-high current circuitry over-drove insect attraction lamps without shortening lamp life.

ALSO SEE: INSECT-O-CUTOR SYSTEM DESIGN