ACTINIC TL-D 36W Lamp
R150.00 excl. VAT R172.50
T12 Bi Pin
Insect: With an optimized spectrum matching the eye sensitivity of the housefly, Actinic BL TL(- K)/TL-D(-K)PL-S and PL-L lamps are perfect for attracting insects.
- Tubular low-pressure mercury vapour discharge lamps.
- Tube wall is internally coated with a white flourescent powder which converts the short-wave UV radiation produced by the mercury gas discharge into useful active radiation.
Diazo: Ideal for high quality, large-format printing, and plotting. HPM Diazo lamps radiate in the diazo range and are optimized for UVA radiation.
Insect Trap Description
With an optimized spectrum matching the eye sensitivity of the housefly, Actinic BL TL (- K)/TL-D(-K) PL-S and PL-L lamps are perfect for attracting insects. They have virtually no UV-B output, and so are perfectly safe. What’s more, with the lowest mercury content in the industry and being 100% lead-free, these lamps represent a very good environmental choice. Furthermore, the availability of a wide range of form factors (straight (T5, T8, T12), and compact (PL-S/PL-L)) and wattages.
Diazo Printing Description
Ideal for high quality, large-format printing, and plotting
HPM Diazo lamps radiate in the diazo range and are optimized for UVA radiation.
They are therefore ideal for high-quality, large-format printing and plotting applications in the architectural and engineering industries. In addition, HPM Diazo lamps provide a high radiant efficiency and high arc stability for cost-efficient and reliable usage.
They provide the ideal light source for contact copying of images from transparent film to UV-sensitive carriers such as film, offset plates, printed circuit boards and microfilms. They are also ideal for photochemical process applications such as the UV-curing of glues, resins and pigmented lacquers.
Features & Benefits
|Emit radiation in the range 380-480 nm with a maximum at 370 nm
|Best match with photo sensitizers
|Highest output on irradiated area
- Diazo copying machines.
- Seawater aquaria.
- Phototherapy (treatment of jaundice in new born infants).