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Gilbert Industries, Inc.

5611 Krueger Dr.
Jonesboro, AR 72401

About Gilbert Industries, Inc.

Don Gilbert designed, manufactured and installed the first insect light trap, with an enclosed catch tray, in a soup plant, in 1967. Over the next two decades, he pioneered the industrial use of professional flytraps. Don's name became so prevalent in America's food plants and pharmaceutical laboratories that Gilbert® was granted a registered trademark.

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Products by Gilbert Industries, Inc.

By Gilbert Industries, Inc.

Place wall mounted ILTs down low to best catch day-flying insects like the housefly. Ceiling traps will catch flies; but it is the fly's nature to be below five feet high (even skimming the floor) when they are most responsive to ILTs. Generally speaking, the lower you place a trap, the more... Read more »

By Gilbert Industries, Inc.

Place wall mounted ILTs down low to best catch day-flying insects like the housefly. Ceiling traps will catch flies; but it is the fly's nature to be below five feet high (even skimming the floor) when they are most responsive to ILTs. Generally speaking, the lower you place a trap, the more... Read more »