Heavy-duty technology for high-power use: Salon clientele have enjoyed the effects of high pressure lamp tanning, and its ability to deliver a darker, long lasting tan. However, this has been limited to those salons that owned a high pressure tanning unit or had high pressure facial tanning lamps. Until now…

Light Sources and LightTech A-PowerTM family of lamps brings high pressure effects to low pressure tanning lamps. These new lamps have a tremendous influence of UVA to deliver the type of tan that only high pressure lamps had been able to provide in the past.

Why is A-PowerTM Technology Better?
A-Power™ 1High pressure tanning lamps typically produce peak output within the UVA range, with almost all of UVB output being filtered. UVB is the most efficient manner to stimulate melanin production, and is needed to achieve the desired long lasting tanning effect. However the new A-PowerTM family utilizes not only superior UVA output, but also an extremely strong peak of UVB. Thus, a tan which lasts.

What Units Can Use A-PowerTM Technology Lamps?
Practically all low pressure lamp systems can use our A-PowerTM Technology advantage:

  • High pressure effect with a low pressure lamp
  • Balanced UV output
  • Darker, long lasting tan

The New A-PowerTM Technology Product Range*

  • A-PowerTM Technology 100W non R
  • A-PowerTM Technology 100W R
  • A-PowerTM Technology 160W non R
  • A-PowerTM Technology 160W R
  • A-PowerTM Technology 180W-220W 2 m R

* also available in additional lamp configurations, call for more information

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Inform your salon clientele to learn more by downloading the Light Sources & LightTech A-Power™ Leaflet.

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(A) “Contraindication: This product is contraindicated for use on persons under the age of 18 years.”

(B) “Contraindication: This product must not be used if skin lesions or open wounds are present.”

(C) “Warning: This product should not be used on individuals who have had skin cancer or have a family history of skin cancer.”

(D) “Warning: Persons repeatedly exposed to UV radiation should be regularly evaluated for skin cancer.”