United States, New York, Westbury - 05/08/2019 (PRDistribution.com)
Spectronics Corporation is proud to release the Vintage™ 365 (SPN-VIN365): a pistol-grip style, LED UV-A inspection lamp for non-destructive testing. The name and external design of the lamp are based on Spectroline’s “vintage” HID-bulb lamps. Although the housing of the lamp showcases a classic design, the internal hardware is comprised of modern LED UV-A technology.
The Vintage™ 365 is a high-quality NDT inspection lamp available at an economical price. The lamp operates two powerful UV-A LEDs. These LEDs are cool-running and do not require fans for heat management. There’s no warmup time required either. In addition, the long-lasting UV-A lenses are protected against solarization and can withstand rigorous use. The lamp has an ergonomic, pistol-grip style handle and weighs only 2.1 lbs. (0.95kg) – making it easy for users to operate the lamp for long periods of time.
In terms of performance, the Vintage™ lamp provides a wide, powerful, and uniform beam pattern. Its nominal steady-state intensity is 5,500 µW/cm² at 15 inches (38cm). The coverage area encompasses a large 8-inch (21cm) diameter at 15 inches (38cm), with a minimum UV-A intensity of 1,200 µW/cm². Each individual lamp comes with a Certificate of Light Output that guarantees the lamp’s output performance. Veteran NDT technicians will discover their favorite lamp from the past has been upgraded with modern LED technology. Newcomers to the Spectroline® brand will be impressed by the lamp’s performance, quality, and lightweight ease-of-use.
For more information, see http://spectroline.com/vintage-365-ndt-uv-lamp/
About Spectronics Corporation:
Spectronics Corporation is the world’s leading manufacturer of ultraviolet equipment and fluorescent materials. Their state-of-the-art products are built to exacting engineering standards and are utilized for literally hundreds of markets and applications that demand uncompromising quality and reliability. Spectroline® UV lamps and radiometers are widely used to verify the structural integrity of military and commercial aircrafts. Spectroline® fluorescent dyes are used to check for fluid leaks in power plants, nuclear reactors, oil pipelines and industrial facilities worldwide, and were even used on the U.S. Space Shuttle.