The black light (UV) tubes are
rated at 7,500 hours life, while most light bulbs are rated at only 1,000
hours. You may wish to replace your black light tubes after 2000-3000 hours of use, because there will be
about 12% reduction in intensity at these times. One year of eight hour work days equals about 2080 hours; so
estimating your total "on" time for an average day and the number of days per year you print will give you
a bench mark for when you need to change your tubes. Two thousand hours would be about 5-10 years
use for most photographers who use their light source once or twice a week.
They are designated as: For the 11x14 and the 14x16 standard units F15T8/BL. Some lighting supply houses may have them or can order them for you.
Replacement bulbs are available For the the 11x14 and the 14x16 standard units located at - bulbtronics.com. 1-800-588-2852 PHILIPS ACTINIC BL TL-D 15W/10 Order Code: 0048256, Part# 130369.
The 18X20 standard units use F18T8/BL located at - bulbconnection.com 877-626-2852 PHILIPS 28670-8 ACTINIC BL TL-D 18W/10 1SL MFG CODE 28670-8.
For the High
Output Reflector 40 watt and 60 watt Sun Tanning Lamps Imported
contact EEP at 512-529-0538 or by e-mail: email@example.com