IN-STOCK IN TENNESSEE AND READY TO SHIP.
THIS IS AN 18 WATT RUGGED GERMICIDAL LIGHT.
*PLEASE NOTE: THIS UNIT IS VERY POWERFUL AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS MUST BE FOLLOWED. ALWAYS SHINE THE LIGHT DOWN OR AWAY FROM YOU. DO NOT LOOK AT THE LIGHT OR SHINE ON EXPOSED SKIN.
*Lightweight handheld device with rugged housing
*Easy to use - magnet and hook for hands-free operation
*Lamp rated for 12,000 hours
*Produces NO Ozone
*Quick and easy lamp-change out requires no extra tools
*On/Off safety switch
*Voltage: 110V, 50/60Hz
*Optimal wavelength of 254 nm
*UVC Intensity: 3.20 mw/cm2 at 6 inches from surface
*Dimensions: 21.35"L x 3"W x 2"H
*33 foot 2 -prong power cord
*EPA Establishment Number: 97609-CHN-1
Is UV-C Light Safe?
Humans and pets should avoid prolonged direct exposure to UV-C light. Direct exposure results in temporary skin redness and eye irritation. Unlike some UV-C lights, our lights DO NOT produce ozone, a gas that is harmful to humans and pets. Avoid touching UV-C bulbs as the oil from our skin can cause a "hot spot" and reduce the bulb's lifespan.
UV or UV-C?
Although often used interchangeably, UV light and UV-C light have different definitions. Ultraviolet (or UV) light falls in the electromagnetic spectrum between visible light and X-rays with a wavelength from 10 nm to 400 nm. There are four different types of UV light: UV-V, UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C. UV-C light (200-280 nm) has the shortest wavelength and the highest energy. So, UV is a broad term whereas UV-C is a specific type of UV light.
PLEASE NOTE: This unit is very powerful and safety precautions must be followed. Always shine the light down or away from you. Do not look at the light or shine on exposed skin.