R-Can Sterilight SM80 UV Germicidal Water Treatment Lamp

R-Can Sterilight SM80 UV Germicidal Water Treatment Lamp
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R-Can Sterilight SM80 UV Germicidal Water Treatment Lamp

The R-Can Sterilight SM80 UV Germicidal Water Treatment Lamp is a bi pin winged on a single end germicidal water treatment bulb. It is vital that we have source to clean water to maintain good health and hygiene. UV-C water treatment methods are considered the safest, easiest and cost effective methods of removing pathogens in the water. Microorganisms such as bacteria, virus, yeast, and protozoa present in water may cause harm. Using UV method of water purification eliminates these harmful microorganisms by short wavelengths emitted by the light bulbs and enables through disinfection. This method alters the genetic composition of the microorganisms and renders them harmless. This method of water purification is a pure physical process and does not affect the pH, composition and chemistry of water, a far better option to chemicals and their bi-products.

With a total length of 36.61 inches, this UV-C bulb can last up to 10,000 working hours after which the bulb may emit light but its microorganism controlling intensity reduces. This is why we recommend that you replace the light bulb annually. We ensure that each lamp from CureUV undergoes 100% quality control inspection to provide you utmost safety with water.

Technical Specifications:

  • Total Length: 36.61 inches (930mm)
  • Arc Length: 33.78 inches (858mm)
  • Lamp Quartz Diameter: 19mm
  • Operating Current: 2.08A
  • Lamp Voltage: 90
  • Lamp Wattage: 190 Watts
  • Output UVC Watts: 70 Watts
  • Output uW/cm^2 @ 1m: 500
  • Peak UV Output: 253.7nm
  • Glass Type: Non Ozone
  • Base Style: Bi-Pin (2 pin) winged on a single end
  • Base Material: Ceramic
  • Rated Life: Up to 10,000 hours

Note: CureUV.com stocks generic products that are 100% compatible with the original equipment.


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