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MASTER Actinic BL TL-D

MASTER Actinic BL TL-D(-K) - the most effective way to eliminate insects

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      The Philips MASTER Actinic BL TL-D(-K) family is an ideal choice for insect traps. These lamps have the perfect spectrum for attracting insects. Also, they have virtually no UV-B output, and so are perfectly safe. Furthermore, they have the special "MASTER" coating to improve the efficiency, initial UV-A output and maintenance of the lamp. What's more, with the lowest mercury content in the industry and being 100% lead-free, combined with their high efficiency, these lamps represent the best choice for the environment. Optionally, for extra safety you can apply a special "Secura" sleeve that keeps all glass and components together in the case of accidental breakage. This eliminates the risk of glass splinters showering down on food preparation areas, for example. And that is why it meets the strict HACCP requirements.

      Benefits

      Perfectly matches the eye sensitivity of houseflies and in this way attracts more insects
      Safe for use
      Good environmental choice
      High UV-A output during entire season

      Features

      Emits long-wave UV-A radiation in the 350-400nm range
      UV-B/UV-A ratio less than 0.1 % (UV-B 280-315nm)
      100% lead-free
      Low mercury content
      Special maintenance coating

      Applications

      Insect traps, Electronic Fly Killers (EFKs)

      Warning & Safety

      A lamp breaking is extremely unlikely to have any impact on your health. If a lamp breaks, ventilate the room for 30 minutes and remove the parts, preferably with gloves. Put them in a sealed plastic bag and take it to your local waste facilities for recycling. Do not use a vacuum cleaner.
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