Bill what's your problem I have the right to discuss things just as
anyone else. I am not selling, I said discuss. You keep sending
e-mails and postings with url's in them, why do you sell crap when you
warn others not to. Why do you have to make this a problem I wanted to
discuss this with people in this field. Why can't I?
Eggzactly. You don't know a thing about what we do in this group. You
think you do because of the title. You were told that sales is not
Looks like open season on you dude.
Phone: (908) 670-1648 say hi to jimmy
A Lamp (coil irradiation) for example is: The V-Mod 36 uses a Philips
UV-C Lamp with approximately 9.9 UVC Watts output, at the 254nm range,
they are soft glass, and low mercury content and do not produce ozone.
Any other information is proprietary to the company, as they do not
release the information so our competitors do not try to duplicate the
The company is the North America Distributor for Phlilips.
I hope that this satisfies your request.
Jim - UV-C Light Purification
Yes they do Chris and they make different lamps for our different
products. This was one lamp for one specific product. Who manufactured
a custom lamp for you and is it quartz along with producing ozone?
I manufactured the system and the light amplification steri kill chamber.
It's quartz no ozone, the ozone is absorbed by the NLCA internal coating.
It is a prototype I produced for a joint publication in the Journal of
Hospital Infectious diseases and a local university.
If this is all you got, the answer is no, it doesnt satisfy my
I'm one of those types of people who seek all the information on a
product thats available before making a choice or decision.
In my area Steril Aire is heavily marketed, primarily because they're
also manufactured locally. They have all kinds of nice slick glossy
color brochures, but when compared to lets say Sanuvox, there's no
Why would anybody want to purchase a fixture using bulbs with a life
expectancy of 9000 hours when there's bulbs rated at 17,000 hours?
I guess it boils down to the statement, You Get What You Pay For.
Well fish sorry that was not a good enough answer but it does contain
all of the information that would be needed to show what the lamps do.
I did give you all of the information with maybe the exception of a pin
configuration I also referred to the Philips rep. of North America to
ask what you wanted and in his opinion that was satisfactory.
Question? How about a 30 day no obligation money back guarantee. The
unit would be installed, if the unit does not perform, the unit would be
uninstalled, all of your customers money will be returned and it would
cost them absolutely nothing. Either the we can swab the coil or use a
petri dish prior to the unit being installed, then 30 days later do the
same again to see the results.
Sterile-Air is 50% higher on the original purchase price of the units
and the replacement lamps are about tripple the cost verses the units
and lamps I have.
The lamps I have are rated for 9000 hours at that time the efficiency
drops to 80%, the lamp is still good if you do not 100% effectiveness
and will last 17,000 hours. Might want to check and see if that is the
case on the 17,000 hour lamps or if they will even tell you that the
I have the nice slick color brochures and then some. Proprietary
software, products quotes with a list of materials that are generated
from the software,, Installation diagram drawings, layout of lamps
placement, plug and play units, safety switches, unit safety design (to
be sure that person can't just plug it in and look at the pretty light)
access doors, and a diagram that will show every inch of the coils UV
exposure. Also a wider range of products that will work for many
different application, unlike competitors.
Yes, you do get what you pay for. Ask those company's if they can or
will do all of those things.
Jim - UV-C Light Purification
On Jun 13, 10:35 pm, email@example.com wrote:
To minimize the cost of legally disposing of lamps that contain
mercury. The only way you get extended life is to oversize the
electrodes, dope them with excess rare earth metals, and add excess
Like the toys shipped from China with lead-based paint. Sooner or
later, the piper will be paid.
David A. Smith
ok so wadda you wanna talk about? theyre nothing more than a sales
gimmick. be sure to include the yearly costs on bulb replacements.
they require constant fan to be effective, and that alone drives
operational costs thru the roof. they dont save money in the least.
very few on the market place have effective kill zones and for the
most part they're nothing more than marketing hype.
want more feedback?
On Tue, 05 Jun 2007 00:34:14 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Ahh shit fish. I guess the "gig" is up now with you talking about the
bulb replacement costs. :-)
How you like the replacement cost of those Honeywell dual bulbs that
snap in and out with just a little 1/4 turn and pretty much are good
for only a year?
At least the Sanuvox is good for 3 years (so they claim).
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