Principle and mode of action
The MOUSE KILLER generates a strongly compressed exhaust gas that lames mice in their underground tunnels and kill them shortly. If raptors, foxes, dogs, cats etc. track the dead mice later or even eat them they will not suffer damage. (In contrast, in case of use of toxic baits a secondary intoxication could occur). The well-balanced technique with pressure compensation control provides a constant gas production and ensures an optimal effect in all mice burrows.
The design of the humus MOUSE KILLER is compact, flexible and stable in order to reach and work all operational areas in meadows, gardens, fruit orchards and vineyards without any difficulty. The device is space-saving collapsible and can even be transported in a station wagon.
Start the engine – after approx. 5 minutes running at no-load, the operating temperature is reached. Then open the fuel valve to compress the exhaust gas. Now let the engine run with high speed approx. 5 minutes – afterwards a performance is at your disposal for approx. 50m far reaching pipe system.
During the heating period the gas inlet holes can be prepared. For this purpose the tunnel is explored with a rod and enlarged up to a diameter of approx. 5 cm in order to enable an intense und quick gas inlet in the mouse tunnel system.
After that the cap is fixed above the hole and pressed into the ground. Now the steam can be dispersed in the pipes without pressure drop.The long and flexible gas hose between engine and slip-on cap assures a large operating range as well as comfortable working on all sides.
If fumes escape of the runways, the holes have to be sealed so that gas remains in the tunnels for a long time and escapes very slowly.
Afterwards, the mice clusters are dispersed. So it is possible to control a few days later whether all burrows have been reached or mice are still active.