UV Curing Lamp - Fusion UV 558432 Equivalent 6" H Type UV Lamp
UV Curing Lamp - Fusion UV 558432 Equivalent 6" H Type UV Lamp UV Curing Lamp - Fusion UV 558432 Equivalent 6" H Type UV Lamp UV Curing Lamp - Fusion UV 558432 Equivalent 6" H Type UV Lamp

Fusion UV 558432 Equivalent 6" H Type UV Lamp
Free Gift

SKU:

UV Bulb Price Match Guarantee
$169.99

Guaranteed 100% Compatible Replacement Ultraviolet (UV) Lamp - Mercury Wavelength - 6 Inch Total Length (end to end)

Specifically interchangeable with electrodeless ultraviolet lamps made by Fusion UV Systems Inc, the Fusion UV Compatible 558432 Electrodeless 6" H Type UV Lamp is among the most elite.

Presenting many improvements over popular drying techniques, Fusion UV lamps have been shown to accelerate production speed, lower rejection rates, improve bonding strength, and increase scratch resistance. This six inch UV lamp is perfect for compact systems.

The "H" bulb mimics a traditional medium pressure mercury electrode type lamp output to generate a consistent and dependable source of UV energy. It has superior spectral distribution with stable bulb output and is fitting for clear coats and varnishes. Utilized for various industrial UV curing applications, including graphics printing, optical media, automotive headlamps, and medical devices, the Fusion UV Compatible 558432 Electrodeless 6 inch H Type UV Lamp is proven to outperform on hundreds of demanding projects. Order now to save 10% on this superior product.

Fusion UV Compatible (Electrodeless) 6" H Type 300 WPI UV Lamp - Drawing (PDF)

Equipment Model(s):
  • F300

Replacement For Lamp(s):
  • 205602
  • 558432
  • A018-351
Microwave UV Lamp, 6 inch, H+ Type, 300 WPI, Synthetic Quartz
  • Output Power: 300 WPI
    Fill: Mercury
    Type: H
    Quartz: Synthetic
    Length: 6 Inches
    Overall Length: 159mm

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Ask a Question
  • Does this bulb contain mercury? I need to dispose of the bulb and didn’t know if it had to be recycled.

    Yes, all UV bulbs contain a very trace amount of mercury. You can visit LampRecycle.org for a full list of locations where you can recycle your UV lamps.