UV Curing Lamp - Tec Lighting Part # 1273-900 UV Curing Lamp Bulb

Tec Lighting Part # 1273-900 UV Curing Lamp Bulb
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Guaranteed 100% Compatible Replacement Ultraviolet (UV) Lamp - Mercury Wavelength - 4 Inch Arc Length - 7.48 Inch Total Length (end to end)

The Tec Lighting Part # 1273-900 UV Curing Lamp Bulb is a mercury filled lamp bulb that has an arc length of 4 inches and a total length of 7.48 inches. The 250 WPI lamp bulb has a tube diameter of 15mm and completely compatible to the Tec Lighting UV system. The lamp bulb exceeds OEM standards of bulb performance and works well with the following part numbers:

  • 1273 900
  • 430 N2
  • H04A4F10
  • UVL 2204

Curing bulbs do not release volatile organic compounds in air which makes them an extremely eco-friendly alternative. The light bulbs generate a specific wavelength that helps in curing inks and coatings. The quartz plate in lamp works as a filler between lamp and the system. This plate prevents dirt, grit and contaminants from building up on the lamp.

Technical Specifications:

  • Fill: Mercury
  • Quartz: Standard
  • Arc Length: 4 inches
  • Total Overall Length (TOL): 7.48 inches
  • Tube Diameter: 15mm
  • Wattage Per Inch: 250 WPI
  • Wattage: 1000W

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.orgTec Lighting Part # 1273-900 UV Curing Lamp Bulb

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