Guaranteed Replacement Ultraviolet (UV) Bulb - 4 Pin Single End - 10 Watts - 8.35 Inch Length Lamp - Worry Free Performance for 1 Year
- Wattage: 10 Watts
- Wavelength range: 254NM
- Length: 8.35 inches (212mm)
- Base: 4 pin, single end
- Shape: T5/T6
- Base Material: Ceramic
- Average Lifespan: Up to 10,000 hours
Second Wind - 1062 UV Light Bulb is 10 watts and 100% compatible with germicidal OEM Air sterilization filters, UV sanitizers and air purifiers.
This lamp also uses UV-C light to inactivate and kill bacteria, molds, protozoa, viruses and yeasts. This replacement germicidal bulb has a 4 pin base on a single end that is used for air purification. The fixture is high quality with a long lifespan and low mercury dosage to meet environmental demands.
This germicidal UV light bulb is available with a Shatterproof Coating. In the case that the lamp shatters, this coating protects the lamp glass from falling into the unit. As a result, the glass is contained, making it safer to operate your unit and dispose of the glass. Simply select this option above.
This ultraviolet purification lamp is instant starting and utilizes a coil filament, which operates hot. The UV lamp life is governed by the life of the electrodes and is affected by the frequency of starting. This germicidal lamp is well-suited for the following applications that require UV-C intensity:
- HVAC systems
- Air Purifiers
- Heating & Cooling Filters
- Air Conditioners
- Food service/processing
- Beverage service/processing
- Oil, Gas and Power
- Pulp, paper and wood
- Laboratories and more…
*Hg - Lamp contains mercury - manage in accordance with your local disposal laws by visiting: www.lamprecycle.org
*All germicidal UV lamps listed are compatible brand UV products. We do not sell Second Wind brand UV sanitizer light bulbs. All Second Wind brand names, trademarks and logos are property of Second Wind.
Warning: Ultraviolet UV-C light is harmful to your eyes and skin. Use proper safety gear.
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