Maxima lamps use advanced micro discharge light (MDL) technology along with a filter and bulb/reflector assembly to produce up to 10 times more UV-A than conventional 100 or 150 W lamps.



Maxima lamps use advanced micro discharge light (MDL) technology along with a filter and bulb/reflector assembly to produce up to 10 times more UV-A (365 nm) than conventional 100 or 150 W lamps, according to the company. The ML-3500D model has a spot bulb and diffusing filter that produces a steady-state intensity of 14,000 μW/cm2 at 15". The ML-3500FL configuration uses a flood bulb that delivers a steady-state intensity of 4,500 μW/cm2 at 15". With either of these lamps, technicians can quickly spot refrigerant leaks, even in direct daylight.

Spectronics Corp., (800) 274-8888

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