UVIlite ultraviolet lamps

Uvitec

UVIlite ultraviolet lamps
Pure UV

The world most impressive UV lamps


A very wide range of ultraviolet lamps from low power hand held models to high intensity units is available. There are filtered lamps in three wavelengths for use in fluorescent techniques and unfiltered lamps in both long and short (germicidal) wavelengths. All incorporate an extruded, anodised aluminium housing and a specially designed unique profile has been developed for the hand held lamps. The operator friendly shape permits lamps to be held easily with gloved hands.

Filtered lamps
These highly efficient, well designed lamps are produced in three wavelengths: 254, 312 and 365nm and dual wavelength combinations. Power ranges from a single 4W tube up to two 15W tubes.
Applications include:
• Short wavelength (254nm): Fluorescence techniques, fluorochemistry, mineralogy, photopolymerisation, mutation studies, toxicology.
•  Mid wavelength (312nm): Electrophoresis gel viewing.
• Long wavelength (365nm): TLC plate viewing, fluorochemistry, food inspection, quality control, titration, pesticide analysis, mineralogy

 


Ordering UVIlite filtered UV lamps

    LF 104S          50 x 75
  1 x 4W        254         340    
LF 204LS 50 x 75  1 x 4W  365  350 
1 x 4W  254  265
LF 106L  50 x 150  1 x 6W  365  700 
LF 106S  50 x 150  1 x 6W  254  710 
LF 106M  50 x 150  1 x 6W  312  680 
LF 206LM  50 x 150  1 x 6W  312  580 
1 x 6W  365  610 
LF 206MS  50 x 150  1 x 6W  312  580 
1 x 6W  254  400 
LF 206LS  50 x 150  1 x 6W 365  610 
1 x 6W  254  400
LF 215L  80 x 300  2 x 15W  365  2300 
LF 215S  80 x 300  2 x 15W  254  1780 
LF 215M  80 x 300  2 x 15W  312  2200 
LF 215LM  80 x 300  1 x 15W  365  1350 
1 x 15W  312  1330 
LF 215MS  80 x 300  1 x 15W  312  1330
1 x 15W  254  930 
LF 215LS  80 x 300  1 x 15W  365  1350
1 x 15W 254  930

Intensity at 15cm µW/cm2

Unfiltered ultraviolet lamps
• Germicidal lamps
Widely used in medical and scientific research laboratories as well as in electronics and the food and beverage industries. Areas that must be kept free from bacterial contamination may be irradiated with UVItec germicidal lamps, provided safeguards are in place to protect operators. The same range of lamps is available with either BL or BLB long-wavelength tubes:

• Unfiltered UV longwaves (BL blacklight / BLB blacklight blue)
BL (Blacklight) tubes are actinic ultraviolet type and include a white light component in the output. Applications: Polymer curing, adhesive curing, dermatology, pharmacology, photoresist exposure.
BLB (Blacklight Blue) tubes are self-filtered cobalt glass – to reduce the visible light component and increase fluorescent contrast. Non-destructive testing, quality control, invisible coding/marking, counterfeit note detection, rodent contamination detection, readmission control, aflatoxin detection, signature verification.

UVIlite Unfiltered UV germicidal lamps 254nm

Model Number 

Tubes 

Intensity µW/cm2 

LI 206G  2 x 6W  1400 * 
LI 208G  2 x 8W  1800 * 
LI 215G  2 x 15W 76 
LI 315G  3 x 15W 95 
LI 220G  2 x 20W 95 
LI 320G  3 x 20W 119 
LI 230G  2 x 30W 152 
LI 330G  3 x 30W 191 
LI 240G  2 x 40W 157 
LI 340G  3 x 40W 219

Intensities all at 1m except* at 15cm

UVIlite Unfiltered UV longwave lamps 365nm

Model Number 

Tubes 

Intensity µW/cm2 

LI 206BL  2 x 6W BL 1215 * 
LI 208BL  2 x 8W BL 1400 *
LI 215BL  2 x 15W BL 108 
LI 315BL  3 x 15W BL 147 
LI 220BL  2 x 20W BL 129 
LI 320BL  3 x 20W BL 177 
LI 230BL  2 x 30W BL 228 
LI 330BL  3 x 30W BL 312 
LI 240BL  2 x 40W BL 302 
LI 340BL  3 x 40W BL 413 
LI 206BLB 2 x 6W BLB 1120 *
LI 208BLB 2 x 8W BLB 1300 *
LI 215BLB 2 x 15W BLB 100 
LI 315BLB 3 x 15W BLB 136 
LI 220BLB 2 x 20W BLB 119 
LI 320BLB 3 x 20W BLB 163 
LI 230BLB 2 x 30W BLB 210 
LI 330BLB 3 x 30W BLB 288 
LI 240BLB 2 x 40W BLB 279 
LI 340BLB 3 x 40W BLB 381 

Intensities all at 1m except* at 15cm

Germicidal radiation required for bacterial destruction

Bacteria  Energy in mW-sec/cm2
Sterilisation up to 90% 
Energy in mW-sec/cm2
Sterilisation up to 99% 
Bacillus anthracis  4.52  9.04 
S. enteritidis  4.00  8.00 
B. megatherium sp.(veg.)  1.30  2.60 
B. megatherium sp.(spores)  2.73  5.46 
B.paratyphosus  3.20  6.40 
B.subtilis  7.10  14.20 
B. subtilis spores  12.00  24.00 
Corynebacterium diphtheriae  3.37  6.74 
Eberthella typhosa  2.14  4.28 
Escherichia coli  3.00  6.00 
Micrococcus candidus  6.05  12.10 
Micrococcus sphaeroides  10.00  20.00 
Neisseria catarrhalis  4.40  8.80 
Phytomonas tumefaciens.  4.40  8.80 
Proteus vulgaris  2.64  5.28 
Pseudomonas aeruginosa  5.50  11.00 
Pseudomonas fluorescens  3.50  7.00 
S. typhimurium  8.00  16.00 
Sarcina Lutea  19.70  39.40 
Seratia marcescens  2.42  4.84 
Dysentery bacilli  2.20  4.40 
Shigella paradysenteriae  1.68  3.36 
Spirillum rubrum  4.40  8.80 
Staphylococcus albus 1.84  3.68 
Staphylococcus aureus  2.60  5.20 
Streptococcus hemolyticus  2.16  4.32 
Streptococcus lactis  6.15  12.30 
Streptocuccus viridans  2.00  4.00 


DISCLAIMER: THE ABOVE TABLE IS ONLY A GUIDELINE FROM UVItec FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF BACTERIA.
UVItecCANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ERRORS FOUND IN THE TABLE.

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