LCD Lighting offers superior quality vacuum-sealed medium pressure ultraviolet (MPUV or MPHO) lamps for diverse water and air disinfection applications. Medium pressure UV lamp's are used in a variety of applications from curing (UVA) to microbial disinfection (UVC).
The primary use is in the waste water disinfection and ship ballast water systems. MPUV lamps emit significantly more UVC energy than LPUV lamps allowing systems to have a higher flow rate of water and/or fit in extremely compact footprint areas. High powered MPUV/ MPHO lamps emit energy over the 200 through 400 nm (polychromatic ) range as well as operating at a much higher temper range of 600 - 900°C.
LCD Lighting offers the ability to customize your MPUV /MPHO lamps to your own specification and application needs. Lamps are available from 100 watts per inch to over 700 watts per inch, with arc lengths ranging from 2 to 85 inches.
Quality Lamp Construction
All of our MPUV lamps are constructed from the finest materials and manufacturing techniques available, including:
Each lamp is pumped and filled with an inert Argon gas in an exacting process ensuring total accuracy of fill pressure and mercury content. The lamp is then completed by the use of either a metal or ceramic base and suitable electrical termination. Each lamp has a serial number enabling complete traceability from start to finish in the production and measurement process.
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We work with clients and OEM's worldwide to create custom designs of new and innovative MPUV lamp types. Our companies strategic partnership have manufactured countless lamp models over the years that cover most of the industry's (UV) curing and exposure applications. If you know your specifications, we would be pleased to help design a lamp that fits for your application. Just download the design form and send it back to us:
MPUV lamps require ballasts specifically matched to their operating characteristics. We can design lamps to perform at varying power levels produced by ballasts.