4 Pin on a Single End - 41 Watt Germicidal Water Treatment Bulb
The Aqua Treatment Service ATS4-854 Replacement UVC Light Bulb is a four pin on a single end, 41 Watt germicidal water treatment bulb that has a total length of 33.19 inches. This UV-C light bulb is compatible for germicidal UV-C lamp with part number:
The UVC light technology can easily kill or sanitize 99.99% of waterborne microorganisms that can cause harm. With a 12 months worry-free operation, this UV-C bulb can destroy protozoa, yeast, bacteria and molds. It is suggested that you annually replace the light bulb for better efficiency and germ-controlling ability. The lamp emits UV rays at a frequency of 253.7 nm that is researched to destroy the DNA of the microorganisms rendering them harmless. This non-chemical approach to disinfection does not alter the pH, chemistry and taste of water. Stay safe with Aqua Treatment Service ATS4-854 Replacement UVC Light Bulb.
- Total Length: 33.19 inches (843mm)
- Arc Length: 30.12 inches (765mm)
- Lamp Quartz Diameter: 15mm
- Operating Current: 425mA
- Lamp Wattage: 41 Watts
- Output UVC Watts: 15 Watts
- Output uW/cm^2 @ 1m: 136
- Peak UV Output: 253.7nm
- Glass Type: Non Ozone
- Base Style: 4 pin on a single end
- Base Material: Ceramic
- Rated Life: Up to 10,000 hours
- Beverage Services and Processing
- Drinking Water
- Food Services and Processing
- Municipal Wastewater
- Pools, Spas, and Water Features
- Well Water
Common Locations for use:
*Hg - Lamp contains mercury - manage in accordance with your local disposal laws by visiting: www.lamprecycle.org
*All germicidal UVC light bulbs listed are compatible brand UV products. We do not sell Aqua Treatment Service brand UVC bulbs. All Aqua Treatment Service brand names, trademarks, and logos are property of Aqua Treatment Service.
Warning: Ultraviolet UV-C light is harmful to your eyes and skin. Use proper safety gear.
Note: CureUV.com stocks generic products that are 100% compatible with the original equipment.
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