Miniature 2 Pin Double Ended - 14 Watt Germicidal Water Treatment Bulb- Ozone Producing
Our Atlantic Ultraviolet 05-1053-R Replacement UVC Light Bulb is a miniature two-pin double-ended germicidal water treatment bulb. The 14 Watt water treatment bulb has a rated life of 10,000 hours after which we recommend that you replace the bulb even if it emits light rays.
The light bulb is capable of destroying bacteria, viruses, molds, yeast, and other pathogens present in water. It gives you 12 months of worry-free use and provides you safe water at all times. The light bulb emits a short wavelength of 253.7nm that is capable of destroying the genetics of the microorganisms to render them harmless. The light bulb has a base style of double-ended miniature two-pin and measures 11.3" in length. Researchers are of the opinion that the UV method of sterilizing water is a purely physical process. It does not affect the chemistry, pH, or taste of water in the process and is a much better option for chemicals and their bi-products.
CureUV’s ultraviolet lamps are manufactured using high industry standards and meet or exceed the OEM specifications. We ensure that each lamp from CureUV undergoes 100% quality control inspection.
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- Beverage Services and Processing
- Food Services and Processing
- Municipal Wastewater
- Pools, Spas, and Water Features
- Well Water
- Total Length: 11.3 inches (287mm)
- Lamp Quartz Diameter: 15mm
- Wiring: Preheat
- Output: Standard
- Category: Preheat
- Type: Ozone Producing
- Rated Life: Up to 10,000 hours
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. This replacement is not an authentic Atlantic Ultraviolet brand UVC bulb. All Atlantic Ultraviolet brand names, trademarks, and logos are property of Atlantic Ultraviolet.
*Warning: Ultraviolet UV-C light is harmful to your eyes and skin. Use proper safety gear.
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