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UV-400 Series SuperFlood(TM) Powerful UV-A Flood Lamps Designed Specifically for NDT

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UV-400 Series SuperFlood(TM) Powerful UV-A Flood Lamps Designed Specifically for NDT

Press release date: February 12, 2014

UV-400 Series SuperFlood™ is a powerful UV-A Flood Lamp designed specifically for non-destructive testing. These super-powerful and versatile lamps have been specially engineered for fluorescent penetrant and magnetic particle inspection, parts degreasing inspections and wash station inspections.
- Powerful, 400-watt metal halide bulb, combined with tempered, heat-resistant low solarization UV filters provide the highest intensity over the largest area.
- Easily mounts over automated magnetic particle systems or above penetrant inspection booths for the most accurate inspections of even the largest parts.
- Compact design and built-in mounting features allow amps to be positioned anywhere - even in previously inaccessible areas.
- Unique twin-filter system eliminates hazardous UV-B and UV-C radiation escaping from lamp.

UV-400A features a concentrated-beam reflector designed to assure the highest concentrated UV-An intensity available It has a nominal steady-state UV-A intensity of 8,000 µW/cm2 at lamp center, measured at 15 inches (38 cm). Irradiates an area as large as 16" x 10" (41 cm x 25 cm), producing a nominal steady-state UV-A irradiance of not less than 2,000 µW/cm2.

UV-400B features a unique broad-beam reflector designed to provide NDT inspectors with maximum uniformity of coverage over the largest area. It has a nominal steady-state UV-A intensity of µW/cm2 4,000 at lamp center, measured at 15 inches (38 cm). The lamp irradiates an area as wide as 20" x 12" (51 cm x 31 cm) with unmatched uniformity, producing a nominal steady-state UV-A irradiance of not less than 2,000 µW/ cm2.

If you would like more information, please call:
1-800-762-2478

Contact:
Sherri B Thompson
Ad Manager
954-946-9454

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