4 Pin Stepped on a Single End - 80 Watt Germicidal Water Treatment Bulb
The Sterilight R-Can SPV-740 Replacement UVC Light Bulb has a lamp length of 33.07 inch and gives you a worry-free performance for an entire year. The lamp has a four pin stepped on a single end base and uses UV-C light to inactivate and kill bacteria, molds, protozoa, viruses and yeasts.
High on quality, the fixture has a long lifespan and is low on mercury dosage. The low pressure mercury arc lamp emits a radiation of 253.7 nm that inactivates the genetics of the microorganisms present in water.
This method of water treatment requires no handling of chemicals and does not need any specialized storage. There is no change in odor, taste and pH or the chemistry of water, which is why this is a preferred method of treatment from chemicals and their byproducts. It is established that UV light at the wavelength of 253.7nm can kill harmful microorganisms such as E.coli, giardia and cryptosporidium that can cause harm.
The light bulb is compatible with germicidal OEM air, and water disinfection filter, UV sanitizer and ultraviolet purifiers.
- Total Length: 33.07 inches (840mm)
- Arc Length: 29.84 inches (758mm)
- Lamp Quartz Diameter: 15mm
- Operating Current: 800mA
- Lamp Voltage: 100V
- Lamp Wattage: 80 Watts
- Output UVC Watts: 28 Watts
- Output uW/cm^2 @ 1m: 260
- Peak UV Output: 253.7nm
- Glass Type: Non Ozone
- Base Style: 4 pin stepped on a single end
- Base Material: Ceramic
- Rated Life: Up to 10,000 hours
*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 Sterilight R-Can brand UVC bulbs. All Sterilight R-Can brand names, trademarks, and logos are property of Sterilight R-Can.
*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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