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    UV Disinfection and UVGI Sanitization Systems - (101 companies)
    UV disinfection and UVGI sanitization systems use ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) to sanitize air, water, transparent materials, or surfaces. UV Disinfection and UVGI Sanitation Systems Information. UV disinfection and UVGI sanitization...
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    Lamps - (1852 companies)
    Fluorescent lamps are high-efficiency devices that use the electrical discharge of low-pressure mercury vapor to produce ultraviolet (UV) energy. The UV light is transformed into visible light. Halogen lamps are high-pressure incandescent lamps...
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    UV Lamps - (31 companies)
    UV lamps are lamps (bulbs) that emit light in the ultraviolet region of the spectrum. Ultraviolet (UV) lamps emit electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength between 10 nanometers (nm) and 400 nm, which is below the visible light spectrum. UV lamps...
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    Air Cleaners - (282 companies)
    ...plates. Ultraviolet (UV) Light Air Cleaners. Ultraviolet (UV) light air cleaners damage the DNA in many airborne biological pathogens such as bacteria and viruses, and destroy dangerous organic compounds. UV air cleaners incorporate the use...
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    UV Light Systems - (365 companies)
    UV light systems provide ultraviolet light for identification, tracing, curing, disinfection or processing applications. How to Select UV Light Systems. UV curing lamp. UV chamber. Solar simulation. Image Credit:TCS Technologies Image Credit: Binder...
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    Water Filters - (269 companies)
    ...a set pore size to sort particulates. Surface membranes are made from multiple layers of media. When fluid passes through the filter, particles larger than the spaces within the filter matrix are retained. Distillation and ultraviolet radiation...
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    Water Disinfection Systems - (183 companies)
    ...be used to decontaminate flexible fiberoptic endoscopes as well as commercial facilities. Ultraviolet (UV) disinfectors are a relatively inexpensive way to disinfect drinking water. These systems incorporate a UV disinfector into a distribution system...
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    Fluorescent Lamps - (473 companies)
    Fluorescent lamps are high-efficiency lamps that use electrical discharge through low-pressure mercury vapor to produce ultraviolet (UV) energy, which is then transformed into visible light. The UV excites phosphor materials applied as a thin layer...
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    Spectral Lamps - (50 companies)
    ...ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Operators are protected from UV radiation by closed lamp housings and special cooling grids on the lamp. While in operation, spectral lamps also generate very high internal pressures. Spectral lamps come with a base design...
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    LED Lamps - (755 companies)
    ...to the specific LED lamp. For any one LED, the color can be ultraviolet (UV), near-ultraviolet, visible or infrared (IR). To provide sufficient light for illumination, an LED lamp bulb uses an LED array. Image Credit: wikipedia. An LED lamp manufacturer may...
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  • Growth of GaN nanostructures with polar and semipolar orientations for the fabrication of UV LEDs
    The most common source of ultra - violet (UV) light is the mercury lamp , which is involved in a wide range of applications ( air and water purification, surface disinfection , medical procedures...).
  • Ni/Ag as low resistive ohmic contact to p-type AlGaN for UV LEDs
    Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) for the ultra - violet (UV) spectral range have attracted increasing attention in recent years … … as UV curing, banknote counterfeit detection, medical instrumentation, photo catalytic air purification, and water disinfection .1 LED-based UV lamps allow compact and mobile …
  • Photo-oxidation of polypropylene fibers exposed to short wavelength UV radiations
    In a covered, open- air chamber at room temperature (25 ºC and 55 % relative humidity), samples of fibers were exposed to irradiation from two TUV 30W G30T8 Philips lamps . According to the manufacturer, the TUV disinfection lamps are low-pressure mercury-vapor discharge lamps emitting shortwave ultra violet radiation with a radiation peak at 253.7 nm (UV-C) for germicidal action and the ozone- forming radiations are filtered out.
  • Ultraviolet Air Disinfection in a Children's Hospital A Technical and Bacteriological Study 1
    Tests with sprayed bacteria showed an air disinfection by the lamps equivalent to 29–169 air changes per hour, corresponding to a relative increase, 6–30 times, in the disappearance rate of airborne bacteria without irradiation. Désinfection de l'air par les ultra ‐ violets dans un hôpital d'enfants.
  • Handbook of Food Process Design, 2 Volume Set
    Wang, T., MacGregor, S.J., Anderson, J.G. and Woolsey, G.A. (2005) Pulsed ultra - violet inactivation spectrum of Escherichia coli. Wekhof, A. (1991) Treatment of contaminated water, air and soil with UV flashlamps. Wekhof, A. (2000) Disinfection with flash lamps .
  • Dosimetry of Room‐Air Germicidal (254 nm) Radiation Using Spherical Actinometry
    An epidemiolog- ic study of radiant disinfection of air in day schools. Perkins, J. E., A. M. Bahlke and H. F. Silverman (1947) Effect of ultra - violet irradiation of classrooms on spread of measles in large rural central schools. … Alevantis, Y.-L. Chang and K. S. Liu (1992) Effect of ultraviolet germicidal lamps on airborne mi …
  • An ultra‐violet sterile storage cabinet for medical and dental use
    The bactericidal properties of ultra - violet lamps have been recognized for many years and such lamps find widespread use as a cheap and efficient method for reducing air -borne bacteria in operating rooms,'" food storage disinfection by ultra-violet irradiation.
  • Inactivation of Staphylococcus aureus in Water by a Cold, He/O 2 Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Microjet
    Ultra - violet light has recently been adopted for disinfection of water. … to build the nation’s largest ultraviolet water treatment facility— nearly 4 000 UV lamps are being installed … In contrary to our previous study (where compressed air was used as working gas),[6] pre-mixture …
  • States > Texas > State > Register > 2012 > [TexReg 2012-0210is] 02/10/2012
    (A) facial chair; (B) lighted magnifying glass; (C) woods lamp ; (D) dry sanitizer; (E) steamer machine; (F) brush machine for cleaning; (G) vacuum machine; (H) high frequency machine for disinfection , product penetration, stimulation; (I) galvanic machine for eliminating encrustations, (A) an autoclave, dry-heat sterilizer or ultra - violet san- … file; (G) UV light curing system; (H) paraffin bath and paraffin wax; and (I) air brush system.
  • Ultra‐Violet Disinfection of Sewage Effluents: A Pilot Study at Bellozanne, Jersey
    The pilot study simulated an open channel instal- lation using medium pressure ultra - violet lamps parallel to the direction of flow. Key words: Disinfection ; marine discharges; sewage effluent; UV irradiation. The Bellozanne works is based upon a conventional diffused- air activated-sludge process designed to achieve a …