UV-Guard VGX48 UVC Light Bulb - CureUV Brand

UV-Guard VGX48 UVC Light Bulb - CureUV Brand
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4 Pin Stepped on a Single End - 110 Watt Low Pressure Germicidal UV Bulb

Our CureUV brand Replacement UVC Light Bulb for UV-Guard VGX48 is a four-pin stepped on a single end 110 Watts low-pressure germicidal UV bulb. The replacement UVC light bulb has a total length of 45.11 inches. A 185 nm UV light produces UV energy in wavelengths shorter than 220 nm which decompresses oxygen to produce ozone. The light bulb lasts 10,000 hours after which we highly recommend replacing it for better performance.  

The replacement bulb works to sanitize and kill bacteria, protozoa, molds, viruses, and yeasts present in water. Germs that cause harmful bacteria and microorganisms such as Vibrio cholera, influenza virus, hepatitis virus strains, and organisms causing gastroenteritis can easily be destroyed with this method of purification.

UVC ozone lamps remove volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as mercaptans, sulfides, and ammonia. One of the advantages of ozone light is that it can be transported through the air to places where direct UV exposure cannot reach. 

Alternate part numbers: 11150, L-UV150L-1, UVIFLO 30000, UVIFLO 25000

Technical Specifications:

  • Base: 4 Pin Single Ended (B16)
  • Total Length: 45.11 inches (1146 mm)
  • Output: HO
  • Qtz. OD: 38 mm
  • Rated Life: 10,000 hours
  • Peak UV Output: 185nm
  • Glass Type: Ozone Producing
  • Total UV Output: 48W
  • Warranty: 12 months
  • Lamp Wattage: 110
  • Wires: 2
  • Wiring: Instant Start

*All germicidal UVC light bulbs listed are compatible brand UV products. We do not sell UV-Guard UVC bulbs. All UV-Guard brand names, trademarks, and logos are property of UV-Guard.

*Warning: Ultraviolet UV-C light is harmful to your eyes and skin. Use proper safety gear.

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Note: CureUV brand products are 100% compatible with the original equipment.

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