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Bat Winter Roost 1WQ

» BAT WINTER ROOST 1WQ All-year roost for attaching to walls

Winter Bat Roosts for attaching on and installing in façades

Due to their special insulation, the Winter Roosts 1WQ and 1WI (see below

and page 53) are suitable as a place for building-inhabiting Bat species to

live not only in the winter but also in the summer.

Thanks to the patented double-panel system, these roosts are suitable for

winter. This system has been used successfully for many years in our Bat

Hibernation Box 1FW for forests and woods. Together with the insulation

material used, the design ensures excellent insulation properties while at

the same time remaining very breathable for decades. Both roosts have

been improved continuously in lengthy test series. They are self-cleaning

and are therefore maintenance free. These all-year round roosts are made

for safe colony and nursery roost formation in the summer and for safe

winter hibernation of the animals.

Installation: On façades, 3 m and higher. Ensure unobstructed approach

and departure.

Typical building-dwelling Bat species are, among other things:

Pipistrelle, Serotine or Particoloured Bats.

The two-piece 1WQ model is attached to the surface of a building façade. The bottom section is screwed onto the

wall first and is then closed off with the top section (with the Bat silhouette). This means that the mounting screws

are no longer visible later.

Occupants: Typical house-dwelling Bat species are, among others: Common Pipistrelle, Serotine, Parti-Coloured

Bats and, provided corresponding distributions exist in the roost installation site, Noctules or Bechstein's Bats.

Interior: The interior is fitted with various surface textures and structures at different hanging depths.

This not only has climatic advantages, but also helps the individual species to find a hanging site most suitable for

them. Special niches are built-in inside the roost, creating a kind of labyrinth.

It is therefore ideally matched to the needs of the animals, both in the winter and in the summer.

Exterior: The top of the two-piece roost is has a visible Bat silhouette on the surface.

Below this is the structured approach area, which offers the animals good foothold options. The generously sized

step-shaped entry area accelerates acceptance, for example, including for inexperienced young animals.

Colour and colour changes: The 1WQ is supplied with a weather-resistant, light-grey coating.

If necessary, it can be adjusted using a standard breathable façade paint, for example, to match the substrate

colour. Please only use breathable concrete paint, as otherwise the function of the roost can be limited.

Material: Weather resistant and breathable lightweight concrete with innovative shape so that it can be used for

decades of successful nature conservation. All metal parts with which the animals come into contact are made of

rustproof material.

Maintenance: Self-cleaning and therefore fully maintenance-free.

Siting: From 3.5 m and higher. Ensure unobstructed approach and departure options.

Suitable locations: Any type of buildings, regardless whether they are built from concrete, brick or timber. Also

suitable in and on historical walls, road structures, industrial buildings or residential houses.

Installation: The twp-piece roost is installed using the four screws/plugs supplied. These are designed for standard

masonry and concrete walls. Use the screws without plugs for installation on wooden walls/beams.

Note: Please check the suitability of the fixings provided on site, as particular building materials may need other

screw/plug combinations.

Dimensions: H 58 x W 38 x D 12 cm.

Weight: approx. 22 kg.

Order No. 00 765/0

VV 3 x 1WQ roosts installed in a group

BAT CONSERVATION ON BUILDINGS

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