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quartz lamp

A mercury vapour lamp with a quartz bulb that emits strong ultraviolet radiation.
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The ceramic 205 watt and 330 watt lamps can retrofit 12 quartz lamp types providing energy savings of eighteen percent, higher CRI, excellent R9 values, better lumen maintenance, and in the case of the 205 watt, longer lifetime than current QMH 250 watt lamps on the market.
The excess tar is removed with oil, and the therapy includes daily phototherapy using traditional quartz lamps that provide mainly UVB light.
Fast responding quartz lamps are said to heat up and cool down instantly in response to power control signals.
A new infrared curing tower (or vertical tunnel) uses high-intensity quartz lamps instead of the previous wire heaters to cure silicone tubing or crosslink PE tubing, wire, and cable.
* Small-scale pendant lights with halogen or quartz lamps are the ideal size for accent lighting.
The kit comprises high impact polycarbonate Safety Spectacles and Lint Free Nylon Gloves to avoid fingerprints burning into quartz lamps. In addition, a small case within the kit contains the Mercury spillage Kit, which includes all of the materials and personal protective equipment necessary for the safe removal of small mercury spillages.