Bed Bug Dome or Bug Dome by Silvatronic a Personal Bed Bug Monitor
This new product created by Silvandersson under the name of Silvatronic, based in Sweden, is now available in our online store. Stern Environmental Group is the first firm in the United States to offer this product for sale. This unique small and low profile personal bed bug monitor/trap uses a small heating element placed underneath a dome to attract bed bugs and other bugs. Additionally, the dome recess is coated with a special glue to hold insects and bed bugs for inspection. Once the bed bugs have climbed into the dome trap, they are stuck in a glue material that coats the trap section. The trap section is replaceable when full.
The unit is small, and is just a little bit bigger than a large coffee saucer. It has a low profile and can easily fit into a small space or under a bed or nightstand.
The dome unit plugs into any wall outlet and is manufactured by the same company that has created Cryonite. The unit comes with 110 and 220 volt plugs for the United States, the United Kingdom, and Europe. This is the perfect item for the international traveler or concerned home owner. Bug Dome ships with three sticky trap domes. Additional dome traps can be purchased by contacting us at email@example.com.
We have received an ETL certification for the BugDome. It's certified as cETLus, which means that the product complies with and meets the UL 499 standard as well as CAN/CSA-C22.2 No 0-1991 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No 46-1988. Please contact our office for rates to ship this new product to Canadian addresses.
|Overhead view of the trap showing the sticky lure in the trench.||Bug dome shown for size purposes with plug-in cord for heating element hidden in the underside of the product.|
|Underside view of the Bug Dome showing the installation of the heating unit and the various plugs for global use that come with the product.|
Video of the Bug Dome in Action
We've just received a video of the Bug Dome in action. Watch the movie with Windows Media Player. You'll be amazed at how the Bug Dome attracts bugs to itself.