Purivox TA-RC System

Purivox Triplex Airport - Radio Controlled System For Bird Control At Airports

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Purivox TA-RC System

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The Purivox TA-RC System (Triplex Airport - Radio Controlled System) is a radio remote controlled gas cannon for successful and effective bird control on airports.

The radio controlled Purivox TA-RC System will produce several very loud bangs (up to 146 dB(A)/1m in front of blast tube) to scare away birds from the area around the unit. Due the three blast tubes the Purivox TA-RC System can cover the full 360° around the unit and will therefore protect up to 8ha (80.000m²).

Benefits of the Purivox radio remote controlled gas cannons for bird control

Using the Purivox TA-RC System in areas (near water or other places which are attractiv for birds) with many birds will give you the opportunity to clear the area immediately without driving there.

The Purivox TA-RC System is controlled by the decades-long proved Purivox electronic unit which is installed in all of the Purivox Airport devices. This electronic regulates the shots and many other things like:

  • Sequence of shots
  • Volume 2 levels
  • Group setting
  • Power supply

Technical information of the Purivox radio remote controlled gas cannons

LPG gas cylinder strage in the Purivox Airport bird control devices

The remote control of the Purivox TA-RC System is done by the remote controller Purivox TX-H3, which is also a Purivox made device (not included in the Purivox TA-RC System). The range of the Purivox TX-H1 is up to 8km (in a line of sight and good weather).

The Purivox TA-RC System is operated with a standard 11kg forklift gas cylinder (Other gas cylinders are also possible, they only have to fit in the unit and must have the possibility by using in a vertical position). The power supply is given by a 12Volt battery which is charged from the solar panel which is located on the top of the unit and showing towards the sun.

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