Guaranteed 100% Compatible Replacement Ultraviolet (UV) Lamp - Mercury Wavelength - 5 Inch Arc Length - 7.8 Inch Total Length (end to end)
Our Oce Arizona 460 XT UV Curing Lamp Bulb - Part # 3010111639 is mercury filled curing lamp bulb that has an arc length of 5". With an overall length of 7.8" and a tube diameter of 22.5mm, this lamp bulb is compatible to the Oce UV flatbed printer with the following part numbers:
- Arizona 460 XT
- Arizona 460XT
- Arizona 460-XT
- 460 XT
- UVL 3105
With a rise in the demand for curing in printing, the UV bulbs play an important part in the drying system. Experts are of the opinion that UV curing resists smudges and does not release volatile compounds in the air. This makes UV curing an extremely eco-friendly option. The light bulb generates a specific wavelength of light that helps in instantly curing and drying of inks and coatings. The lamp also consists of a quartz plate that is placed between the lamp and the substrate. This helps in absorbing UV light. The quartz plate reradiates rays at a temperature that is much lower than the lamp. The plate works as a filter and keeps debris and contaminants away from the main unit. It is recommended that you clean the plate periodically to keep the lamp working in prime condition. We ensure that the mercury filled UV lamps from CureUV are subject to strict quality measures for better performance.
- Fill: Mercury
- Quartz: Standard
- Arc Length: 5 inches
- Total Overall Length: 7.8 inches
- Tube Diameter: 22.5mm
*Hg - Lamp contains mercury - manage in accordance with your local disposal laws by visiting: www.lamprecycle.orgOce Arizona 460 XT UV Curing Lamp Bulb - Part # 3010111639
*All UV lamps listed are compatible brand UV products. We do not sell Oce brand UV lamps. All Oce brand names, trademarks and logos are property of Oce.
*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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