Nixalite of America Inc. Debuts New Wildlife Cannons
To discourage birds and wildlife from large areas, Nixalite of America Inc. now offers wildlife propane cannons.
It can be difficult to deter birds and other wildlife from large open areas, especially within industries that must cohabitate with protected or nuisance species. Nixalite of America Inc’s new Model 14-1 wildlife propane cannon is an effective solution to discourage wildlife from these areas. Designed specifically to meet the needs of agriculture, oil and gas, mining, aviation, and waste management, Nixalite’s new wildlife cannons can deter all wildlife effectively in even the harshest climates. The Model 14-1 wildlife cannon produces sound pressure of 130dB/1m making it an ideal solution for deterring wildlife in larger areas such as landfills, field crops, and airports to prevent bird strikes.
To further extend the Model 14-1’s capabilities, Nixalite of America also offers feature
enhancing accessories: Long-Range Remote Control System: Activate your Model 14-1 wildlife propane cannon up to a mile away with Nixalite’s long-range remote control system. Available in either 1, 4, or 8 channels, you can easily operate multiple cannons with one remote. Wide Angle Motion Detection: The Model 14-1 wildlife propane cannon can be automatically activated with the Wide Angle Motion Detection. The cannon will be activated in response to movement of warm-blooded animals over 40 lbs within a
coverage area of 110 degrees and up to 50 feet away. This wide-angle detection module is designed to deter larger species such as deer, elk, bears, feral hogs, coyotes, and wolves.
Long Range Motion Detection: With Nixalite’s long-range motion detection module,
the Model 14-1 wildlife cannon will be activated by the movement of warm-blooded
animals over 40 lbs up to 130 feet away. The long-range motion detection also deters larger species such as deer, elk, bears, feral hogs, coyotes, and wolves.
For more information visit https://www.nixalite.com/products/wildlife-propane-cannon