Guaranteed Replacement Ultraviolet (UV) Bulb - 4 Pin - 16 Watts – 12.99 Inch Length Lamp - Worry Free Performance for 1 Year
The Siemens/Sunlight - SBH-7 UV Light Bulb For Germicidal Water Treatment is a four pin 16Watts bulb that has a length of 330mm. The germicidal bulb is compatible with water sterilization filters, UV sanitizers and water purifiers and works to inactivate bacteria, molds, virus and yeast present in water. The light bulb is low on mercury and meets environmental demands.
This method of sterilizing water is a purely physical process and does not alter the pH, taste or chemistry of water and is a much better option than chemicals and their byproducts. This system provides protection against water contaminants such as yeast, cyst, bacteria, virus and protozoa.
The germicidal water treatment bulb comes with a shatterproof coating that protects the lamp during damage. The coating also keeps the lamp glass from falling into the unit. This results in easy disposal of glass if it shatters and renders it easy to operate the system. All you will need to do is to select the option above. The UV lamp starts instantly and makes use of a coil filament that operates hot. The UV lamp is managed by the life of electrodes and works well for the following applications that require UVC intensity:
- Well water
- Drinking water
- Surface water
- Municipal water
- Food service/processing
- Beverage service/processing
- Pools, Spas and Water Features
- Oil, Gas and Power
- Pulp, paper and wood
- Water bottlers
- Marine and more
- Wattage: 16W
- Length: 330mm
- Pin: 4 pin
*Hg - Lamp contains mercury - manage in accordance with your local disposal laws by visiting: www.lamprecycle.org
*All lamps listed are compatible brand UV products. We do not sell Siemens or Sunlight brand lamps. All Siemens and Sunlight brand names, trademarks and logos are property of Siemens and Sunlight, respectively.
Note: CureUV.com stocks generic products that are 100% compatible with the original equipment.
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