New & Used Ultraviolet Lamp

 
 
 
 
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Device: Ultraviolet Lamp
Manufacturer: Blak-Ray
Model: B-100AP
Premium User
Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
325
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Device: Ultraviolet Lamp
Manufacturer: Blak-Ray
Model: B-100AP
Premium User
Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
325
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Device: Ultraviolet Lamp
Manufacturer: Brinkmann Lauda
Model: 04109902
Location: United States, Maryland
300
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Device: Ultraviolet Lamp
Manufacturer: Vilber Lourmat
Model: TFX-35.m
Location: United States, Florida
249
1999

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Device: Ultraviolet Lamp
Manufacturer: Philips
Model: HP 3134/B
Location: Germany, Berlin
Negotiable
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Device: Ultraviolet Lamp
Manufacturer: ARI
Model: ZXC-II (XY)
Location: China, Anhui
127
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2016

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Device: Ultraviolet Lamp
Manufacturer: Vilber Lourmat
Model: TFX-20.MC
Location: Italy, Milan
1,059
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Device: Ultraviolet Lamp
Manufacturer: Vilber Lourmat
Model: TFX 35WL
Location: Italy, Milan
447
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Device: Ultraviolet Lamp
Manufacturer: Vilber Lourmat
Model: TFX-20.MC
Location: Italy, Milan
1,059
2006

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Device: Ultraviolet Lamp
Manufacturer: Vilber Lourmat
Model: TFX 35WL
Location: Italy, Milan
447
2007

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Device: Ultraviolet Lamp
Manufacturer: GFC
Model: Fotocromatic
Location: Germany, Bavaria
206
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Device: Ultraviolet Lamp
Manufacturer: Ultralum
Model: UVC-508
Location: United States, Maryland
450
This Seller accepts SafeTrade as a payment method
2000

Ultraviolet Lamp may also be referred to as :

Light, Ultraviolet, Germicidal | UV Light | Ultraviolet Sterilizing Unit | Ultraviolet Light | Sterilizing Unit, Ultraviolet | Light, Ultraviolet, Sterilizing | Light, Germicidal | Germicidal Lamp | Bacteriological Lamp | Germicidal Ultraviolet
 

Tips for buying Ultraviolet Lamp

  1. The operating time of the ultraviolet lights should be at least 9,000 hours or 1 year. This may vary based on how often the ultraviolet lamp is on and the conditions under which it operates.
  2. Bulbs may appear to be lit after they have stopped radiating UV light, and should therefore be tracked.
  3. It should be easy to remove the light tube from the ultraviolet light fixture, to clean, and reinsert it.
  4. Clear and comprehensive operator's manual should be provided by the manufacturer. The guide will specify the light's electrical ratings and requirements, effective tube life, and lockout switch operation as well as installation and maintenance recommendations and troubleshooting instructions for minor problems. All consumables and frequently replaced parts should be defined as well, and safety measures that can prevent UV exposure to workers and patients should be discussed.
  5. In places where other engineering controls are less likely to be completely effective in decontaminating room air, such as lobbies, waiting areas, corridors, and certain treatment areas, ultraviolet lamps can be most effective.
  6. Facilities need to examine other supplemental engineering and infection control methods that can work in conjunction with ultraviolet lamps.
  7. These methods may include HEPA filtered duct systems, which are highly effective in disinfecting air from patient-room-size areas. CDC states that there is no current evidence demonstrating that ultraviolet sterilizing units used together with a properly maintained HEPA filter decontaminate air more efficiently than using a HEPA filter alone. HEPA filters in exhaust ducts are less effective for decontaminating air in larger areas because of unpredictable airflow patterns that can prevent effective air changing. These systems can be used to filter air in a patient isolation room or public area.
  8. Another method is the portable air purifiers, which are typically more costly than an ultraviolet lamp system designed for the same size room; in addition, CDC notes that as with ultraviolet sterilizing units, the air-decontaminating effectiveness of these devices in a clinical setting has not been conclusively demonstrated. These devices are the most effective types of PPE for preventing TB exposure.
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