UV light equipment for fluorescent inspection processes
UV blacklights for use in conjunction with fluorescent dye penetrants and magnetic particles for highlighting defects in metals and ceramics. Examples include; hairline cracks in aircraft landing gear, automotive steering systems and many other safety critical components on which our lives may depend. Defects literally jump out at the inspector due to the dramatic contrast between the bright glowing image of a defect against a dull background.
All of our UV inspection lamps have a peak UV light output at 365 nm to provide bright fluorescent effects. The ideal solution for your application will depend on the inspection area, ambient light levels and any particular process requirements.
In addition, we provide comprehensive operating, maintenance and safety manuals, including maximum permissible exposure times for the skin and eyes at specified distances from the lamp.
UV inspection lamps, LEDs and systems
UV LED Flood Lamp
High UVA output at 365 nm with large area of coverage. Compact design includes mounting bracket.
UV 5W LED Torch
High UVA output at 365 nm. Re-chargeable, battery powered torch supplied with batteries, charger and carry pouch.
Equipment selection guides
We’ve put together some guides on equipment selection for the most popular applications for UV inspection lamps and equipment.
Alternatively you can contact us to discuss your particular process requirements.
UV health and safety
All of our UV equipment is supplied with maximum permissible exposure times for the skin and eyes at specified distances from the source.
We also provide PPE, hazard warnings, shielding and guarding, risk management training and where required, on-site measurements and training.
Speak to a member of our team to discuss your equipment and safety requirements.
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We are proud to be trusted by some of the world’s top companies, supplying UV equipment, training and consultancy to the likes of:
Our friendly, experienced team are on hand to help identify the most suitable UV solution for your particular process requirements.
We’ll also recommend any UV safety products or training that may be required to ensure the maximum UV light exposure levels are not exceeded and you are compliant with your legal obligations under The Control of Artificial Optical Radiation at Work Regulations 2020.