quartz lamp


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quartz lamp

A mercury vapour lamp with a quartz bulb that emits strong ultraviolet radiation.
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By taking advantage of the excellent lumen maintenance that ceramic lamps have demonstrated, even on magnetic systems (Gibson 2004), it is possible to save an average of eighteen percent by designing the lamp to equal or better the mean lumen performance of the quartz lamps to be replaced.
The InsiTorr Fast Pump consists of a single 316L "C" type heat shield/support structure holding two metal rods where 196 high-capacity getter disks are stacked, with an 11-in quartz lamp used to heat the NEG alloy during the activation stage and operating as one of the system bakeout lamps.
The MR-16 quartz lamp pictured at upper right with its faceted reflector is versatile outdoors because it packs a high-intensity light in a very small package.
Hawthorne, NJ, June 29, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Anderson Thermal Devices is offering a new infrared quartz lamp called RadReflect for drying and curing inks, coatings, and adhesives onto packaging, paper, and nonwovens.
PAR 38 or R-40 incandescent or quartz lamp options, E17 MH, MR-16, PAR or R20, and PAR or R30 models are available.
According to Branson officials, the new welding process makes use of a reciprocating focused infrared heat reflected from a single quartz lamp. Lamps can be custom built, up to 10 ft in length, and can achieve melt temperatures of up to 1500 F.
now offers a new infrared quartz lamp called RadReflect for drying and curing inks, coatings and adhesives onto packaging, paper and nonwoven substrates.
now offers a new ceramic reflective coated, infrared quartz lamp called "RadReflect." The new coating has 95% of the reflective efficiency of gold, is less expensive, handles higher temperatures and has a longer life than gold coated quartz lamps.