Guaranteed Replacement Ultraviolet (UV) Bulb - 2 Pin - 52 Watts - 22.36 Inch Length Lamp - Worry Free Performance for 1 Year
The American Ultraviolet - GML1222 UV Light Bulb for Germicidal Air Treatment is a compatible replacement UV lamp that is filled with mercury and has a total length of 22.36". With 52 Watts Lamp Wattage, the UV curing lamp has an arc length of 19.56" and exceeds OEM standards of UV bulb performance. This lamp bulb is 100% compatible with American Ultraviolet - GML1222 printer.
CureUV helps you find all the direct replacement UV parts for American Ultraviolet printers. Along with UV lamps, CureUV also provides a wide variety of quartz plate, dichroic reflectors that are completely compatible with the American Ultraviolet printer system. The printers are used in retail POS and POP signs, transit advertising, event decorations, exhibits, packaging and banners. The lamps from CureUV are subject to strict quality control measures to give you an amazing printing experience. It is recommended that you replace the UV bulb regularly to ensure better working of your printer to achieve better productivity. The high intensity UV rays cures and dries inks and coatings immediately.
- Total Length: 22.36 inches (568mm)
- Arc Length: 19.56 inches (497mm)
- Lamp Quartz Diameter: 15mm
- Operating Current: 800mA
- Lamp Voltage: 65V
- Lamp Wattage: 52 Watts
- Peak UV Output: 253.7nm
- Glass Type: Non Ozone
- Base Style: Medium Bi Pin both Ends
- Base Material: Ceramic
- Rated Life: Up to 10,000 hours
*Hg - Lamp contains mercury - manage in accordance with your local disposal laws by visiting:
*All germicidal UV lamps listed are compatible brand UV products. We do not sell American Ultraviolet UV lamps. All American Ultraviolet brand names, trademarks and logos are property of American Ultraviolet.
*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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