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EHL-BW Global Industrial Winco Dwl Industries Co. Not Provided Winco Ehl-Bw Bulb For Heat Lamp, Ehl-2, 250w, White, Ehl-2, 250w, White
04127.60.01 Global Industrial General Cable Industries Not Provided Carol 04127.60.01 8' Brooder/Heat Lamp, 18awg 125v - Black - Pkg Qty 12
HL8195B00 Global Industrial Carlisle Sanitary Maintenance Not Provided Flexiglow ™ Single Arm Heat Lamp W/ Board 24" Arm - Aluminum
EHL-2 Global Industrial Winco Dwl Industries Co. Not Provided Winco Ehl-2 Heat Lamp W/Two Bulbs, 250w, Aluminum, 120v, 60hz
HL8185C00 Global Industrial Carlisle Sanitary Maintenance Not Provided Flexiglow ™ Single Arm Heat Lamp, Includes Clamp 24" - Aluminum
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    The inherent benefits of high intensity pulsed UV lamps, low heat, excellent depth of penetration, cool cures and energy efficiency are well known. Traditionally these benefits were only available for indexing applications where the cure target is held in a fixed position in front of the lamp
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    A number of vinyl building product manufacturers are familiar with The Standard Test Method for Predicting Heat Buildup in PVC Building Products according to ASTM D 4803 which utilizes an insulated box to house a specimen irradiated by an IR heat lamp. Many vinyl producers may not be familiar
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  • Recent Advances in Pulsed Thermography
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    is intrinsically a heat generator. The heat results from both the elevated temperature of the lamp and the IR radiation. ??The mercury lamp requires substantial "warm up" time making it inefficient for high speed start-stop applications. ??The mercury lamp is limited in geometric designs ??The mercury lamp

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