Curall 392 (F32T8)
Coming soon! A first in fluorescent UV technology, a lamp with high output in the much desired 380nm to 400nm region. No one makes them, no one even makes the phosphors for it, so we had to have them custom made just for us. Combined with our Open Glass technology, build in RUVA reflector and high output cathode and anode set, and you have a truly industrial grade lamp that is made for abuse and extreme output.
Centered around a 32 watt package, the lamp will operate at anything between 25 watts to 60 watts, and probably more. Dimensionally, it is a 4 foot lamp, 1 inch in diameter so it will work in any light fixture for office lights, shop lights or any 4 foot fixture. To get maximum output will require a stronger ballast, which we offer.
Workhorse 7 will power four of these lamps at about 46 watts.
Workhorse 8 will power 4 of these lamps at about 43 watts, or 6 of these lamps at around 37 watts.
You can also power 3 lamps in VHO mode with the Workhorse 8 (two red wires per bulb) at 52 watts ea. This configuration actually puts out more UV than overdriving them past 60 watts, and is the recommended setup for maximum output.
|Solacure Means Quality|
Solacure ultraviolet lamps aren't just good, we guarantee they are the best or your money back. We don't use stock parts anywhere in our products. Our glass is a special blend, and more transparent to UVA and UVB. Our 32 watt lamps use 60 watt rated cathodes and are tested at almost 70 watts of power. Almost all our lamps have built in reflectors. All are designed to be overdriven to extra high wattages. We test, and test, and test our lamps.
We stand behind everything we sell and guarantee each will perform exactly to specification, or we will replace them. We don't want your business this week, we want it every week, and we are willing to earn it. There really is a difference in quality when it comes to ultraviolet bulbs, and Solacure tops the list.
Buy with confidence: We like what we do, and we've been doing it for over 30 years.
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