Airplane Hangars Get Bird Control
Bird control was needed to stop pigeon droppings on all of the planes, equipment and tools inside the hangar. When birds stayed overnight, it was a mess the next morning. (Bird Fact: On average, a well-fed pigeon deposits 25 pounds of droppings a year.)
Strategic placement of a BirdBuffer® with a 1 hp fan created a “barrier or buffer zone” to stop the birds. The birds don’t like the scent of the grape vapor when flying and breathing it in.
Tests show the birds stayed away after 2 months of daily use. Timing is important. Both machines were timed to come on only during the day since this is when the birds fly.
Pigeons that once flew in and stayed, now fly right back out. Placement of these machines near the door angled directly to the back were timed for just enough grape scent for humans to barely smell, yet is enough to keep out the birds.
Tests were shown in many airports that if birds are kept out of the hangars, it reduces bird traffic throughout the airport. This keeps the bird traffic down and reduces the potential spread of diseases associated with bird droppings in the hangers.
BirdBuffer® machines leave no residue, are easily installed and maintained. Once the birds remain away for several weeks or months at a time, the timing can be adjusted to use less fluid.
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