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UV Lamp Long Wave Raytech
- Item # 8CE83
- Mfr. Model # 10-024
- UNSPSC # 42261904
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 1.45 lbs.
- Item Long Wave Lamp
- Battery Type AA
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Raytech also has this to say about it's UV Lamps:
Shortwave UV is an effective germicidal tool. It is used in sanitizing lab ware, air, water, and whole rooms. Sanitation services spray washable UV dyes on laundry to ensure complete sanitation. The absence of the fluorescing dyes ensures the job was done. UV lamps aid in the detection of organic mineral deposits that remain on surfaces where periodic cleaning and sanitizing may not be properly accomplished. Both urine and phosphate soaps are easily detected using UV inspection. Pet urine deposits in carpeting or other hard surfaces can be detected for accurate treatment and removal of mineral tracers and the odor causing bacteria that feeds on the proteins within. Many hospitality industries use UV lamps to inspect for unsanitary bedding to determine life cycle for mattress restoration as well as general performance of the cleaning staff. UV lamps are helpful in identifying unsanitary conditions in hotels, public toilets, hand rails etc.
Versalume™ is the most versatile and powerful portable ultra-violet lamp on the market.
The Versalume™ series offers a lightweight compact construction designed for use with four AA batteries or with a 115V A/C adapter. This popular portable boasts 33% more UV output than competitive models as well as incorporating Raytech’s exclusive lifetime filters. Philatelic models include view box. Includes The Story of Fluorescence. CE Use with batteries or 115 A/C Adapter. Available in Longwave/Shortwave, Longwave only, Shortwave only.
Q: What purpose do the longwave & shortwave lights provide?
A: The wave designates what will fluoresce, as things can be identified by using the proper wavelength. UV-A – longwave – used for leaks, fingerprints, dyes UV-C – shortwave – used to identify minerals and gems. Also used to kill bacteria, viruses and pathogens.
Q: What are the common ultraviolet applications?
A: Ultraviolet lights make things visible that are unable to be seen with the naked eye. Virtually every scientific field, manufacturing, or service industries employ the use of ultraviolet radiation directly or indirectly.
Q: What are the applications for this light?
A: The Versalume is lightweight and portable. The Versalume is designed for small item analysis. This is designed with a built in lamp stand for hands free operation.
Q: How close does the light need to be to what I am examining?
A: 1” to 3” is the optimum distance from the lamp to the object under examination.
Q: What is the expected battery life?
A: With intermittent use, the batteries should last approximately 5 hours.
Q: What is the output intensity at 6”?
A: The SW produces 40 microwatts/CM². The LW produces 50 microwatts/CM².
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