Prevent birds from landing, roosting, or nesting on buildings with our Shock Track Systems. Shock Track Systems are a minimalist, low-profile, and nearly invisible solution to keep birds off building ledges and a variety of other surfaces. Delivering a startling yet harmless electric shock, these systems are a significantly popular option when ...
Turn the Power On and the Birds are Gone! Bird-Zap is a flexible, electrified shock track bird deterrent that can be installed on a variety of surfaces to repel all types of pest birds regardless of infestation level.
Turn the Power On and the Birds are Gone! 100 count bag of multi-purpose UV resistant poly wire loops. Used to mechanically fasten the Jumper Wire to the installation surfaces. Has a 1/4' diameter loop and a 3/16' mounting hole.
A 2-piece connector that snaps together over the ends of the Bird-Zap track. The bottom piece has 2 mounting holes and tabs to align the ends of the track. The top piece has metal teeth that bite into the braided conductors in each track and tabs on top for Jumper Wire connections.
A 2-piece “L” shaped connector that snaps together over two ends of the Bird-Zap Track to make a 90 degree corner. The bottom piece has 3 mounting holes and tabs to align the ends of the track. The top piece has metal teeth that bite into the braided conductors in each track.
An eight neon-light indicator and tester makes measuring DC pulses quick and easy. Intended to test electrified lines for DC pulse power. Measures pulses from 600 to 7,000 volts DC. Economy workhorse tester.
HD, 14 gauge, double insulated copper wire used to connect the Bird Zap chargers to the Bird Zap track and to join separate runs of track together. Easy to cut, strip and crimp. Available in 50 foot spools and 3 different colors.
Bird Jolt Flat Track Kit is a low profile, electrical track system that produces a mild electrical shock when birds land on its surface. Bird Jolt Flat Track is a low profile, electrical track system that produces a mild electrical shock when birds land on its surface. The shock will not harm birds, but will condition them to stay away from the ...