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    Lamps - (1867 companies)
    ...should understand the different types of lamps, product specifications, and lamp performance. Types of Lamps. The five most common types of lamps found in the GlobalSpec SpecSearch database are fluorescent, halogen, incandescent, LED, and HID lamps... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    UV Lamps - (29 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... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    UV Disinfection and UVGI Sanitization Systems - (101 companies) use ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) to sanitize air, water, transparent materials, or surfaces. They differ in terms of type, lamp specifications, and features. With regard to application type, there are three main choices for UV... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Air Cleaners - (288 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... Learn More
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    Ballasts - (450 companies)
    ...for a particular lamp. Description. Ballasts are power supplies or transformers for fluorescent lamps, light sources that consist of a glass tube filled with argon, neon, or other inert gas. When ballasts supply electrical current, the resulting arc... Search by Specification | Learn More
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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... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    UV Curing Equipment - (144 companies)
    ...coatings, stereolithography polymer resins and other UV curable resin products. To provide ultraviolet illumination, UV curing systems use a flood, spot, or focused beam of light. Flood lamps provide a broad or wide beam of UV light. Focused, wand... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Water Filters - (268 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... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    LED Lamps - (758 companies)
    LED lamps are light emitting diode arrays with traditional lamp ballasts. Image Credit: StellarNet, Inc. | | D & N Electronics. LED lamps are electric lights that use one or more arrays of light-emitting diodes (LEDs... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Fluorescent Lamps - (479 companies)
    Image Credit: Newark / element14 | Allied Electronics, Inc. | Digi-Key Corporation. Fluorescent lamps are high-efficiency lamps that use electrical discharge through low-pressure mercury vapor to produce ultraviolet (UV) energy, which... Search by Specification | Learn More

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  • Sterile storage in dentistry
    Germicidal ultra - violet rays of wave length between 2,000 and 3,000 Angstrom units, generated by lamps or tubes, have been employed for many years to reduce air -borne bacteria in operating theatres, in food preparation and storage, in bacteriological laboratories …
  • XP patients from Germany: Correlation of colony-forming ability, unscheduled DNA synthesis and single-strand breaks after UV damage in xeroderma pigmentosum fi...
    After incubation for t2 h at 37 ~ in an atmosphere of 5% CO2 in air (with at least 90% humidity … … and UV-irradiated with a germicidal lamp (model PCQ/X1, emitting predominantly 253.7-nm radiation; Ultra - Violet Products inc., San Gabriel …
  • An ultra‐violet sterile storage cabinet for medical and dental use
    and preparation areas, bacteriological lahora- tories, air -conditioning plants, funeral par- lours, hotels, public conveniences and the … A cabinet provided with two germicidal ultra - violet lamps has recently become avail- able commercially$$ and to determine whether such cabinets have possible medical or dental application, a unit was obtained and a series of tests conducted to determine its sterilizing ability.
  • 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.
  • A sterile tray storage system for dental and medical use
    The method of maintaining the sterile environment is by ultra - violet light, which is a non-ionizing form of radiation belonging to the electromagnetic spectrum. Germicidal ultra- violet rays of wave length between 2,000 and 3,000 Angstrom units, generated by lamps or tubes, have been employed for many years to reduce air -borne bacteria in operating theatres, (4) in food preparation and storage, in bacterio …
  • Removal of ethylene from air and low oxygen atmospheres with ultra violet radiation.
    Ethylene was removed from cabinets and small rooms using UV radiation (184 and 254 nm) produced by germicidal lamps of rated power 11-50 W.
  • Xeroderma pigmentosum patients from Germany: Clinical symptoms and DNA repair characteristics
    … A for 12 h at 37~ in a humidifiedatmosphere of5 ~ CO2 and 95 ~ air (incubator). Cells were washed with phosphate-buffered saline and irradiated with a germicidal lamp (model PCQ/1, emitting predominantly 253.7 nm radiation, Ultra - violet Products, Inc., San Gabriel, CA, USA).
  • A comparison of the thermal and photochemical oxidation of 2‐propanol by two peroxoanions
    The silica cell containing the reaction mixture was reproducibly positioned exposing both windows in a merry-go-round cell holde,r (Southern New England Ultra - violet Co., Model MGR-100). The light source, a GE Model G4T4/1 germicidal lamp , was placed at the base of the cylindrical reflectiFg wall (30 cm in diameter). Axial air circulation at 70 cu ft per min maintained the chamber temperature at 22 f2”.
    Chromosome spreading was carried out in an air -conditioned room with the temperature set at 22°Cand relative … The chromosomes were conditioned by a 40 s exposure at a distance of 28 cm to a 30 W germicidal 254 nm wavelength ultra - violet (UV) lamp (SLI Lighting U.K.).
  • 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. Macher, J. M., L. E. Alevantis, Y.-L. Chang and K. S. Liu (1992) Effect of ultraviolet germicidal lamps on airborne mi- croorganisms in an outpatient waiting room.