For summer residents and owners of houses with large plots of land, as well as any organizations and enterprises having landscaped land, moles are a real disaster. These tireless underground diggers dig long galleries underground and, in the course of their “labor” activity, often undermine the roots of plants, which makes them weaken and even die. It’s easy to fall into a mole’s hole and hurt your leg, but what’s most unpleasant is that moles everywhere leave mole heaps, small heaps of land that are thrown to the surface of the earth — molehills that greatly deform the landscape and especially neatly trimmed and well-groomed lawns. For some couple of weeks, the mole is able to literally disfigure the cultivated area and we must somehow deal with this.
The fight against moles is not an easy and extremely hopeless business, especially if you don’t know how to approach it. However, for those people who are engaged in the extraction of mole skins, and these underground diggers have very valuable fur, catching moles is a very profitable business. However, mole trap design is a delicate matter. Trying to drive out the moles by pouring water into their holes is a completely meaningless task. You can fill in a mole gallery with a whole lake of water, but do not drive the mole out. Water is absorbed into the earth and the mole from your efforts will not become worse. The only reliable means of combating moles is the vibroseismic mole repeller “Tornado OZV.01”. Only with him you will forget about such a misfortune as moles.
The principle of operation of the vibroseismic mole repeller “Tornado OZV.01”
The mole is an underground animal, and therefore its eyes are well adapted to see in complete darkness, but it does not rely on them, but on its exceptionally good hearing. Here he is with the envy of any guard dog. Mole whiskers – vibrissae, are also a very sensitive organ, capable of catching the subtlest vibrations of not only the soil, but also the air. Although a mole and an underground resident, he still has natural enemies – these are affection, martens, foxes and storks. Weasels and martens penetrate wormholes, foxes dig moles, and storks hunt in ambush, using their beak like a huge tweezers to pull the animal from the ground.
As a result, moles developed an acute hearing and the ability to feel the subtlest vibrations of the soil, that is, seismic vibrations. The principle of operation of the vibro-seismic mole repeller “Tornado OZV.01” is precisely based on the use of weak seismic waves created by a miniature vibrator that propagate underground for long distances. During operation, the device makes a low sound like a buzzer. Low-frequency seismic waves (400 +/- 100 Hz) are similar to those sounds made by their claws caresses and martens, climbed into a mole hole, a fox digging a turnout or a stork moving on the surface of the earth, that’s just a repeller emits much stronger soil vibrations, which spread in all directions and literally drive the mole crazy. It seems to the animal that it is being attacked from all sides and therefore it is hiding in the direction where there are no sounds, that is, it simply leaves the protected area. It should be remembered that if the source of seismic waves is underground, then they spread over vast distances. The denser the medium, the faster seismic waves propagate in it.