Bat, Bird & Animal Excluders
Professional Exclusion Products for Bats,
Birds, Rats and More
Effective and inexpensive exclusion for bats and small animals that
often reside inside man made structures. These pests cannot grip the
inside of Batcones so once they exit they cannot re-enter the same
way. Batcone Excluders are easy to install, safe, humane, reusable
Use Batcones to exclude...
Batcones are proven effective in excluding bats, sparrows,
starlings, red squirrels, flying squirrels, and small rodents.
There are four styles of Batcones available; Batcone 2, Pro-cone
Round, Pro-Cone Square and Pro-cone Corner.
Use Batcones Anywhere
Made from flexible polymers, Batcones are adaptable to most
surfaces. Using the optional vinyl or metal mesh base flanges,
Batcones can be adapted to fit nearly any surface shape. They
install with simple fasteners and tools.
Use Batcones on all types of man made structures, including homes,
commercial buildings, hospitals, government structures and public
schools. Use safely in public, private and commercial environments.
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Choose the Batcone Excluder that best suits your
Batcone 2: Use when a rectangular cone is better suited
for the entry holes. Covers 1-1/4" x 2" hole.
Pro-cone Square: Multiple uses and species.
Covers 2" max hole with square flange.
Pro-cone Round: For multiple uses and species.
Covers 2" max hole with round flange.
Pro-cone Corner: Use over holes in corners. Covers 1-1/2" x 2"
Vinyl Base Flange: Vinyl flange extends coverage of the cones
out to 6" square.
Metal Base Flange: Metal mesh flange extends coverage of the
cones out to 6" square.
Observation: Find where bats, birds, rats, etc enter and
exit the structure. Best observation times are just before dusk or
dawn. Activity will help determine how many cones to install.
Installation: It is vital that all other exit points are
sealed and that the Batcones are the only way out of the structure.
Use simple fasteners or tape to install Batcones. Make sure that the
Batcone covers the exit points or holes completely. If the opening
is larger than the Batcone, use optional vinyl or metal mesh base
flanges to cover the hole. Try to install the Batcone so it points
at a downward angle. After all the pests have exited, remove each
Batcone and seal up the holes.
Word of Caution: Removing bats during birthing cycles can
result in trapped offspring and may be illegal. Contact your state
wildlife agency or health department about bat birthing cycles and
- a few products that may also help with bats and small pests;
Bat-A-Way Granular Repellent for Bats,
Birds, Squirrels and Rabbits
Control for Birds, Bats, Small Animals and Insects
Welded Wire Mesh Barriers Keeps
Out All Types of Nuisance Pests
Additional Animal Control
Products from Nixalite of America Inc
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