4 Pin on a Single End - 13 Watt Germicidal Water Treatment Bulb
The Pura 36002017 Replacement UVC Light Bulb is a four pin on a single end light bulb that is a 13 Watt germicidal UV bulb. It has a total length of 10.83" and an arc length of 7.48". With a non-ozone glass type, the UVC light bulb is made using ceramic as its base material. The light bulb has lamp wattage of 13 Watts. The UVC bulb is compatible with the following system models and their part numbers:
Pura Part Number:
Pura System Model:
- 2 GPM
- Aqua Sun International UV11
The light bulb emits short wave UV-C radiation with UV output peak of 253.7nm. This wavelength region is considered as maximum germicidal effectiveness and is highly fatal to microorganisms such as bacteria, virus, protozoa and other pathogens. The genetic material of the microorganism is deactivated when germicidal UV light passes through them and makes them incapable of multiplying. Researchers are of the opinion that this 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 to chemicals and their bi-products.
- Total Length: 10.83 inches (275mm)
- Arc Length: 7.48 inches (190mm)
- Lamp Quartz Diameter: 15mm
- Operating Current: 425mA
- Lamp Wattage: 13 Watts
- Output UVC Watts: 4 Watts
- Output uW/cm^2 @ 1m: 40
- Peak UV Output: 253.7nm
- Glass Type: Non Ozone
- Base Style: 4 pin on a single end
- Base Material: Ceramic
- 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. We do not sell Pura brand UVC bulbs. All Pura brand names, trademarks, and logos are property of Pura.
*Warning: Ultraviolet UV-C 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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