Professor Gunnar H. Gundersen has 300 museum cases from all over the world in his collection.
The cold causes mice to enter the cottage, and there is a high risk of injury. Mice have rodent teeth that grow all the time, and they must rub to keep the denture down.
Therefore, it’s important to catch mice and there are many mouse traps to choose from.
Husmus is, in addition to brown rats, considered the most important pest. They not only do economic damage, they also have the potential to spread disease like salmonella, “states the Public Health Institute..
They could damage electrical installations, for example, according to ABS Pest Control.
Part of the teaching
Professor Gunnar H. Gundersen has around 300 different museums from all over the world in his collection. He uses the museum traps as part of a teaching program for the students on product design, he explains to the school’s research magazine “Know + Practice”.
It is the construction and solutions that fascinate the professor.
– There is no dishonor with mouse trap. Everything is done as easily as possible. Nothing gets in the way of the constructions, and thus they are also easier to read. Musefellene is a professional and visual experience for anyone who is keen on design, he says.
– My absolute favorite pure aesthetic is a ceramic trap from Tunis, he says to Hytteiviv.
This ceramic trap was found under excavations in the East. The trap also has vent holes and is intended to catch the mouse alive. It is designed so that the mouse can be released in the open air.
Here are some of the other museum faults that Gunnar has in his collection.
How to make sure you
In order to avoid unwelcome guests, you should, in addition to setting up mousetraps, shut all openings larger than 6 mm to avoid husmus.
Husmus is capable of climbing, according to the National Institute of Public Health, and therefore openings high up in the cottage must be ensured. The transition between the wall and wall is often exposed. Kjellervinduer must be all.
Ventilation openings are secured with heavy metal mesh.
Doors must close tightly to the frame. In places that are particularly prone to rodents, metal fittings can be attached to the bottom of the doors to prevent the animals from rubbing through.
All walls must be free from holes and cracks.
Pipe conduits are secured with concrete, specially prepared paste paste or galvanized plates. The best part is if the basement floor is molded.