Compared with general-power UV lamps, the germicidal UVC amalgam lamp has the characteristics of high adaptability to temperature, high power, high irradiance, long life, and low light attenuation.
The amalgam UVC lamps have a wider adaptation range to ambient temperature, and the amalgam UVC lamp still maintains a higher stability in a more severe working environment.
There are two types of amalgam UVC lamps: ozone or ozone type of amalgam uvc lamps and ozone type of amalgam uvc lamps.
Lamp products contain more or less mercury, and the limitations of technology and resources make this unavoidable, but this does not mean that our health is necessarily harmed. UVC amalgam lamps are actually low-pressure UVC amalgam Lamp that, like ordinary fluorescent lamps, use low-pressure mercury vapor that is excited to emit ultraviolet light, thereby disinfecting through light exposure. UVC amalgam Lamp contains only a few milligrams of mercury and is sealed inside the lamp, which neither leaks nor produces any toxic substances.
Low-voltage amalgam UVC lamps shell made of quartz glass tube or short-wave UV glass tube, filled with low-pressure inert gas and a small amount of farin, the two ends of the metal cold electrode or hot filament electrode, by adding high voltage to the two poles or in the trigger after the start of high voltage by the lower power supply voltage to maintain the discharge, thus producing mainly 253.7nm UV. The germicidal effect of the amalgam UVC lamps is very strong and such effect of amalgam uvc lamps can destroy bacteria or viruses harmful to humans, thus playing a disinfection role.
Mercury, commonly known as mercury, is a metal that has a wide range of uses. In addition to UV lamps, our common lighting such as fluorescent lamps, neon lights, and energy saving lamps also contain mercury, and not only that, items such as meters, thermometers, dental amalgam fillings, and paints all use mercury. Although these items contain mercury, but in general does not cause any impact on the human body.
UVC amalgam lamp products contain mercury to a greater or lesser extent, and the limitations of technology and resources make this unavoidable, but this does not necessarily mean that our health will be harmed. UV lamps are actually low-pressure mercury lamps that, like ordinary fluorescent lamps, use low-pressure mercury vapor that is excited to emit ultraviolet light, thereby disinfecting through light exposure. A UV lamp contains only a few milligrams of mercury and is sealed inside the lamp, which neither leaks nor produces any toxic substances.
Ultraviolet mercury lamps, also known as ultraviolet lamps, are used in artificially accelerated climate aging test chambers for aging UV radiation source in UV weathering test chambers, divided into three categories of low-pressure mercury lamps, high-pressure mercury lamps, ultra-high-pressure mercury lamps, mercury lamps are used to generate mercury vapor to obtain visible light when the mercury discharge of electric light sources, to distinguish different categories of mercury lamps with high or low mercury pressure, three kinds of mercury lamps emit different spectra, applied to their respective fields.
Ultraviolet low-pressure mercury lamp mercury vapor pressure of 0.8 Pa, mainly radiation 253.7 nm ultraviolet light. Commonly used in spectrometer wavelength reference, UV sterilization and fluorescence analysis, etc. Low-pressure mercury lamps do not need to be converted to visible light, 253.7 nm wavelength can play a good germicidal effect.
Ultraviolet high-pressure mercury lamp: visible region with band spectrum, infrared region with weak continuous spectrum. Commonly used in UV irradiance standards, fluorescence analysis, UV flaw detection and large area lighting. High-pressure mercury lamp is a high-pressure mercury vapor discharge lamp with phosphor coated on the inner surface of the glass shell, soft white light, simple structure. High luminous efficiency, long life, power-saving and economic features, suitable for industrial lighting, warehouse lighting, street lighting, flood lighting security lighting, etc.
Ultraviolet ultra-high-pressure mercury lamp: the spectral line is wider, forming a continuous background, the visible area is blue, infrared radiation enhancement. Often used as a point light source for optical instruments, fluorescence analysis and lithography. The advantages are strong luminous brightness and long service life, so most of the LCD projectors on the market are using ultra-high-pressure mercury lamps.