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SCHWEGLER 41

Swift Nest Box Series, Type No. 17

VV Young Swift

» SWIFT NEST BOX No. 17A, triple cavity

Especially suitable for colony formation due to three separate brood chambers in a single housing. Each chamber

has its own removable Entrance Rose for easy cleaning and inspection. Installation is very easy, fast and stable,

thanks to the two zinced fixing brackets supplied. Can be either hung on the wall or "overhead" e.g. on eaves. The

wall-side leg of the retaining brackets can also be installed concealed behind the box if necessary, in order to

reduce the installation width. Supplied with fixing materials.

VV Installation example

External dim.: H 15 x D 15 x L 98 cm

Brood chamber:

H 14 x T 14 x L 30 cm.

Weight: approx. 7.1 kg.

Order No. 00 613/4

Optionally, the 17 Series Swift Boxes can also be fitted with Entrance

Roses for other Bird species. A Plastering Ring can be ordered

additionally for easier plastering or rendering. Please state when ordering.

VV Fig. 2: With two holes.

» Starling Rose

Entrance: 2x l 32 mm.

Entrance Rose for Tree and House

Sparrows. Thanks to the double

hole, sufficient light reaches

inside the box, settlement by

Starlings and Pigeons is largely

prevented. Recommended in local

communities and rural regions.

Occupants: House Sparrows,

Tree Sparrows, Redstarts, Tits,

possibly Bats.

Order No. 00 971/5

VV Fig. 3: With one round hole.

» Sparrow Rose

Entrance: 1x l 32 mm.

Entrance Rose for Tree and

House Sparrows. This version is

recommended for use in towns and

cities due to the larger entrance

diameter. Colonisation by Starlings

and Pigeons is largely prevented.

Occupants: House Sparrows,

Tree Sparrows, Redstarts, Tits,

possibly Bats.

Order No. 00 972/2

VV Fig. 4: Large opening.

» Rock Shelter Rose

Entrance: oval 90 x 65 mm.

Entrance Rose for rock shelter or

niche breeders such as the Black

Redstart. Sufficient light penetrates

the box due to the balcony-like

clear opening. The generously

sized interior, facing away from

the entrance hole, makes the box

largely safe from predators.

Occupants: Rock shelter or niche

breeders such as Black Redstarts,

Swifts, Starlings, garden Birds and

possibly Bats.

Order No. 00 973/9

VV Fig. 1: Slit.

Standard for the Type 17 Series.

» Swift Rose

Entrance: 70 x 32 mm.

Rose is installed as the standard

fitting in all Type No. 17 Boxes.

A different entry can be supplied

from the factory on request.

Also available as a spare part or

if altering other entrance hole

shapes. Colonisation by Starlings

possible, colonisation by Pigeons is

prevented.

Occupants: Swifts, possibly

Starlings and other garden Birds,

Bats.

Order No. 00 970/8

» Plastering ring / ETICS attachment

Plastering Ring for Type No. 17 for flush installation in a façade.

Simply position around the Rose and render flush with the façade.

Material: Aluminium sheet. Weight: approx. 0.15 kg. Order No. 00 665/7

» SWIFT NEST BOX No. 17B, single cavity, with enlarged brood chamber

This box provides a good compromise between weight, size and enlarged brood chamber. The larger brood chamber

depth ensures more movement space is available, e.g. for training flying muscles. Easy to install with the two

mounting brackets and fixing materials supplied as for Type No. 17A.

VV Installation example

External dim.: H 15 x D 21 x L 34 cm

plus wing screws.

Brood chamber:

H 14 x D 20 x L 30 cm.

Weight: approx. 4,8 kg.

Order No. 00 608/0

VV Swift at the entrance hole

» ACCESSORIES FOR TYPE 17 SERIES

BIRD CONSERVATION ON BUILDINGS

VV adjustable Fixing bracket No. 17A / B / C v

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