UV Curing Lamp - UltraLight 250 BTI7/2 UV Curing Lamp Bulb

UltraLight 250 BTI7/2 UV Curing Lamp Bulb
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Guaranteed 100% Compatible Replacement Ultraviolet (UV) Lamp - Mercury Wavelength - 9.84 Inch Arc Length - 12.99 Inch Total Length (end to end)

The Ultralight 250 BTI7/2 UV Curing Lamp Bulb is a 100% compatible replacement lamp bulb that is filled with mercury and has an arc length of 250mm. With a total length of 330mm and a tube diameter of 16mm, the UV curing lamp bulb has wattage of 60000W. The lamp bulb is 100% compatible to the Ultralight UV systems and works well with the following part numbers:

  • 250BTI72
  • 107910
  • 025033EEK13S0N2
  • UVL/1702

The UV replacement lamp exceeds OEM standards of performance and has high output and a longer service life. With the CureUV’s curing light bulb, you get the advantage of low maintenance, no hazardous byproducts and high efficiency. The lamp bulb provides cost-effective solution for a range of curing applications. This is why many industries are switching from heat-curing system to UV curing.

Technical Specifications:

  • Fill: Mercury
  • Quartz: Standard
  • Arc Length: 250mm
  • Total Length (TOL): 330mm
  • Tube Diameter: 16mm
  • Wattage: 6000W

Ultraviolet (UV) spectral output of a mercury vapor lamp

Ultraviolet (UV) Spectral Output of a Mercury Vapor Lamp (PDF)

  • *Hg - Lamp contains mercury - manage in accordance with your local disposal laws by visiting: www.lamprecycle.orgUltraLight AG 250 BTI7/2 UV Curing Lamp
  • All UV lamps listed are compatible brand UV products. We do not sell UltraLight brand UV lamps. All UltraLight brand names, trademarks and logos are property of UltraLight AG.
  • *Warning: Ultraviolet UV 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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