UV Curing Lamp - GEW Part # 409864 UV Curing Lamp Bulb

GEW Part # 409864 UV Curing Lamp Bulb
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Guaranteed 100% Compatible Replacement Ultraviolet (UV) Lamp - Mercury Wavelength - 65 Inch Arc Length - 68 Inch Total Length (end to end)

The Gew Part # 409864 UV Curing Lamp Bulb has a total length of 68 inches and an arc length of 65 inches. The mercury filled lamp bulb has a tube diameter of 22mm and wattage of 300 WPI. The lamp bulb is compatible to the GEW UV systems to the following part numbers:

  • 409864
  • H65GW3F1
  • UVL 565

This bulb provides OEM quality and enhanced lamp life. This results in lesser lamp change and better productivity. The specialty doped UV lamp features high quality quartz that enables better quality of the lamp.

CureUV.com provides bulbs that enable uniform and consistent performance. The feature of SPL optics of the light bulb enables the bulb to supply even distribution of high level light across a broad area.

The UV lamp is best used to help in drying coatings and inks in graphics and signs. Many people are of the option that the replacement lamp is an important component for the drying system. It is believed to be better than the infra red method of drying as it resists smudges. The quartz glass plate protects lamps from debris and works as a filter between the lamp and the curing system.

Ultraviolet (UV) spectral output of a mercury vapor lamp

Ultraviolet (UV) Spectral Output - Mercury Lamp (PDF)

*Hg - Lamp contains mercury - manage in accordance with your local disposal laws by visiting: www.lamprecycle.orgGEW Part # 409864 UV Curing Lamp Bulb

*All UV lamps listed are compatible brand UV products. We do not sell GEW brand UV lamps. All GEW brand names, trademarks and logos are property of GEW.

*Warning: Ultraviolet 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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