Mosquito Killing (MKS)
Take pleasure in the comfort and safety provided by the Arctic Mosquito Killing System.
The MKS was urbanized with technical assistance from NASA and is an environmentally protected way to reduce the mosquito populace.
How does it work? New and improved, the MKS uses the mosquito’s natural hunting techniques of heat sensing and carbon dioxide detection.
The unit mimics the body temperatures and breathing patterns of humans, livestock, poultry, and domesticated pets.
The photocell powers up the Mosquito Killing System, beginning the cycle of mimicking body warmth and respiration. The MKS simulates the living of warm-blooded mammals by the let go of carbon dioxide in 5 hour intervals.
Every 6 to 9 minutes the MKS cycles through various temperatures to attract the mosquito.