100% Compatible Complete Replacement Kit for Dorn/SPE P3018C dryers
The Dorn/SPE P3018C UV Curing Lamp and Reflector Kit is a 100% compatible completely replacement lamp bulb kit that exceeds OEM standards of UV curing performance. The kit works well in Dorn/SPE UV dryers.
There is an increase in the demand for UV curing bulbs in the print industry, as it is primary for the drying system. When you use a good quality curing lamp you are sure of better results than infra red drying. The UV curing bulb resists smudges and does not release volatile organic compounds in the air that is rampant in heat drying. Using light instead of heat helps in hardening and drying the ink instantly and reduces the risk of environmental pollution. The result of which is greater productivity, lower production costs and high printing quality. The replacement light bulb helps in curing ink on coated and uncoated materials such as MDF, wood, plastic, composites, and tile.
Over 70% of the lamps curing power is due to UV reflectors, which is why we recommend changing the reflectors during every bulb change-out. This ensures better curing consistency and reduces future maintenance and extends the life of the ultraviolet bulb.
- Fill: Mercury
- Quartz: Standard
- Arc Length: 19 inches
- Total Length: 24.75 inches
- Tube Diameter: 0.985 inches (25mm)
- Watts Per Inch: 300 WPI
CureUV Lamp and Reflector kits are available for all ultra-violet lamp manufacturers. This kit saves you time and money as it ensures less change outs and gives you maximum production time.
UV light spectral output of a mercury vapor lamp (PDF)
Drawing of Replacement UV Lamp Item # 191457 (PDF)
Note: CureUV.com stocks generic products that are 100% compatible with the original equipment.
*Hg - Lamp contains mercury - manage in accordance with your local disposal laws by visiting: www.lamprecycle.org
*All UV lamps listed are compatible brand UV products. We do not sell Dorn/SPE brand UV lamps. All Dorn/SPE brand names, trademarks, and logos are property of Dorn/SPE.
*Warning: Ultraviolet light is harmful to your eyes and skin. Use proper safety gear.
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