UV-C 400W Germicidal Hand Lamp for surface disinfection
High intensity hand held, portable UV light for fast disinfection of hard to reach surfaces and spaces and sensitive keyboards/equipment/controls. Also an effective solution for mould remediation.
- Compact, lightweight and durable
- Fan cooled
- 135 V to UV hand lamp for added electrical safety
- Quartz glass assembly is fitted to a hinged front door, enabling easy access for UV bulb replacement and cleaning
- Elapsed hour counter for service scheduling
- Safety wire mesh over quartz glass
230 V 50 Hz
115 V 50 Hz
60 Hz options - price on request
UV light spectral output
A 400 W high intensity discharge Mercury (Hg) UV bulb produces a UV light spectral output optimum for UV-C disinfection applications.
Spare parts and accessories
UV 400 W Bulb
Part Number: UV400WHG
Filter Glass Assembly
Part Number: FGAS-HLQUARTZ
5 m Connecting Cable
From UV hand lamp to control box
Part Number: HL-EXTCABLE
10 m Connecting Cable
Requires factory fitting
Mounting Bracket & Clamp
Part Number: HL-B&C
Resting Bracket with Light Shield
Part Number: HL-LS&B
Part Number: HL-CARRYBAG
|UV bulb||400 W Mercury (Hg - ozone producing)|
|UV bulb life||Approximately 500 hours depending on age, environment, switching and cooling|
|UV front glass||Quartz - 140 mm x 85 mm x 3 mm|
|Reflector||Aluminium - UVL full spectrum grade|
|Power supply||230 V/50 Hz or 115 V/50 Hz (60 Hz options available)|
|Noise||< 70 dB|
|Integral fuse protection||2 x 6.3 A miniature time lag fuses - ceramic body 5 mm x 20 mm|
|Thermal protection||Auto reset thermal cut out|
|Construction material||Sheet aluminium|
|Coating material||UV stable black polyester powder|
|Connecting cable length||3 m (extensions available)|
|Weight of UV lamp||Approximately 2 Kg|
Due to our policy of continual development we reserve the right to amend technical data.
All dimensions in millimetres (mm)
Tolerance +/‐ 1 mm
Health and Safety
All our products are classified in accordance with BS EN 62471:2008 and supplied with maximum permissible exposure times for the unprotected skin and eye at specified distances from the UV lamp, enabling strict compliance with The Control of Artificial Optical Radiation at Work Regulations 2010.
Availability of this essential information should form the basis of any procurement policy.
For more UV health and safety information, including upcoming UV training course dates, please see the UV health and safety section of our website.