LUV-400 UV-A Flood Lamps for NDT
Our Most Powerful UV-A Flood Lamps for NDT
These super-powerful and versatile lamps have been specially engineered for fluorescent penetrant and magnetic particle inspection, parts degreasing inspections and wash station inspections.
Powerful, 400-watt metal halide bulb, combined with tempered, heat-resistant low solarization UV filters provide the highest intensity over the largest area
Easily mounts over automated magnetic particle systems or above penetrant inspection booths for the most accurate inspections of even the largest parts
Unique twin-filter system eliminates hazardous UV-B and UV-C radiation escaping from lamp
Compact design and built-in mounting features allow lamps to be positioned anywhere – even in previously inaccessible areas
LUV-400 features a concentrated-beam reflector designed to assure the highest concentrated UV-A intensity available. It has a nominal steady-state UV-A intensity of 8,000 μW/cm2 at lamp center, measured at 15 inches (38 cm). Irradiates an area as large as 16” x 10” (41 cm x 25 cm), producing a nominal steady-state UV-A irradiance of not less than 2,000 μW/cm2.
LUV-400 UV-A Flood Lamps Specifications
UV Source:400-Watt Metal Halide Bulb
Filter Dimensions:10 1⁄4 x 11" (26.0 x 27.9cm)
Housing Dimensions:15L x 12W x 12"H (38.1L x 30.5W x 30.5cmH)
Net weight:36 lbs. (16.3kg)
UV blacklights for use in conjunction with fluorescent dye penetrants and magnetic particles for highlighting defects in metals and ceramics.Examples include; hairline cracks in aircraft landing gear, automotive steering systems and many other safety critical components on which our lives may depend.Defects literally jump out at the inspector due to the dramatic contrast between the bright glowing image of a defect against a dull background.
Widest range of UV-A blacklights for NDT crack detection processes from portable UV torches to flood lamps. Selection of UV-A blacklight equipment should be optimised for a particular application and depends on the following requirements:UV light irradiation area，UV light intensity，Process integration