LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 26: A flock of starlings fly past the tail fins of British Airways planes at Heathrow airport on March 26, 2010 in London, England. Cabin Crew are due to stage a planned 4 day strike this weekend. Combined with the planned strike by rail staff it is likely that transport over the Easter holidays will be thrown into chaos across much of the country. British Prime minister Gordon Brown has urged for a resolution between network Rail and rail unions in an attempt to prevent the first national rail strike in 16 years. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

It’s A Bird! It’s A Plane! – Bird Hazing For Aircraft Hangars

Launched this week, Bird B Gone is a a new humane bird repellent for hangars.

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Bird droppings cause a lot of problems for aircraft hangars including interfering with sensitive instruments. The two common solutions are bird netting, which can be costly, or a hazing spray, which has the potential to leave residue on aircraft.

The new product from Bird B Gone, launched this week, is a humane bird hazing system that repels winged creatures, especially sparrows, via a light vapor that remains airborne so it should not settle onto aircraft.

The Bird B Gone system is designed to work indoors/outdoors by deploying a light haze of EcoBird 4.0  repellent made from a non-toxic, EPA approved food-grade ingredient that irritates a bird’s mucous membrane. Birds experience an unpleasant but temporary sensation when flying through the repellent that prompts them to avoid it.

The Bird B Gone Bird Hazer uses a 1-liter tank at each drop location. The liquid stays in the air longer because its particle size is less than one micron. Each main unit controls up to six satellite units for full perimeter coverage and the plug-and-play unit is designed to be simple to install and operate. Each weatherproof unit comes with a one-year manufacturer warranty and setup consultation support.

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