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Bird-Shock Flex-Track is a low-profile electrical ledge deterrent system that is effective against all species of pest birds utilizing the principle of fear and flight, conditioning birds to stay away.

Flexible and Adaptable; a low-profile electrified track that conforms to any architectural configuration. Flex-Track curves up and down, and side to side; and the stainless steel strapping easily follows the PVC base without wrinkling.

Virtually invisible at only 1/4 of an inch high, it's available in a wide variety of colors to match the structure, Bird-Shock Flex-Track is hard to notice close-up or looking up from below. Here, we installed Flex-Track on an outdoor overhead sign - virtually unnoticeable.

 

Bird-Shock Flex-Track     Electrical Shock Bird Removal

 

 

Bird-Shock Flex-Track Advantages

 

Long Lasting:
Made from UV stabilized PVC and Stainless Steel, this product will be in service far longer than its five-year warranty.

Humane: 
The intermittent shock is painful, but does not injure the birds; it simply teaches them to stay away, long-term.

Warning: Do not install in areas easily accessible to pedestrians.

Where to use: 
Ledges, beams, signs, roofs, parapets, etc.

Target Bird: 
All species: Pigeons, Gulls, and Geese, we also deal with Cormorants, Crows, Doves, Ducks, Grackels, Robins, Sparrows, Starlings, Cliff and Barn Swallows. 

Bird Pressure: 
All Levels 

Material: 
UV Stabilized Flexible PVC with Stainless Steel braided mesh

Installation: 
Glue to the surface, connect to the charger unit with lead-out wire

Ease of Installation: 
Intermediate

 

 

Install Bird Shock Flex Track  Bird Shock Bird Control  Pest Control: Bird Shock Flex-Track

 

 

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