Germicidal UV Bulbs - Philips - TUV PL-S 9W/2P Air/Water Treatment Germicidal UV Light Bulb
Germicidal UV Bulbs - Philips - TUV PL-S 9W/2P Air/Water Treatment Germicidal UV Light Bulb Germicidal UV Bulbs - Philips - TUV PL-S 9W/2P Air/Water Treatment Germicidal UV Light Bulb

Philips - TUV PL-S 9W/2P Air/Water Treatment Germicidal UV Light Bulb
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Guaranteed Replacement Ultraviolet (UV) Bulb - 2 Pin - 9 Watts - 6 Inch Length Lamp - Worry Free Performance for 1 Year

Our Philips – TUV PL-S 9W/2P Air/Water Treatment Germicidal UV Light Bulb gives you worry-free performance for an entire year. This germicidal UV light bulb is completely compatible with filters, sanitizers and purifiers of Philips – TUV PL-S 9W/2P.

The germicidal UV light bulb measures 6" in length and works for air and water purification. This germicidal UVC bulb helps in inactivating and sterilizing bacteria, molds, virus and other pathogens present in water. The short wavelength of 253.7nm emitted by the light bulb helps in destroying the DNA of the microorganisms. The fixture has high quality lifespan and is low on mercury dosage, which makes it an environmental friendly fixture. The UV purification lamp starts instantly and is used for the following applications:

  • Well water
  • Drinking water
  • Surface water
  • Municipal water
  • Wastewater
  • Food service/processing
  • Beverage service/processing
  • Hospitals
  • Aquaculture
  • Pools, Spas and Water Features
  • Chemicals
  • Oil, Gas and Power
  • Pulp, paper and wood
  • Electronics
  • Cosmetics
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Hotels
  • Water bottlers
  • Laboratories
  • Marine and more

Technical Specifications:

  • Length: 6 Inches
  • Wattage: 9W
  • Ultraviolet Wattage: 3W
  • Tube: Twin 2 Pin
  • Average Longevity: 9000 hours

*Hg - Lamp contains mercury - manage in accordance with your local disposal laws by visiting: www.lamprecycle.org

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • Can I use this for Phototherapy on my face?

    No, UVC light damages DNA so it would be dangerous to apply on skin.