Ultraviolet luminescent cabinet UFK 254\365

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Metal housing with black polymer cover layer, has removeable lamp is designed with use of glass optical filters.

Two basic wavelengths can be chosen between 254 or 365 nm  exitation, and high- quality spetrum is provided by  application of dark Wood's glass with needed spectral selectivity.

Soft bi-ocular includes transparent windows, that block 98% of reflected and dissipated UV from the object under study.

For applications of UV lamp without the dark room, we offer the special UV- protection goggles.

UV Power density at 200 mm distance: from output window:

                                            for 245 nm        9500 mW/m2

                                            for 365 nm        8000 mW/m2

Lamp power , at  254 nm                 9  W

Lamp power, at 365 nm                   9 W

Consumed power, not over:            20 W

Weight , not over                                 3.5 kg

Overal size:                                            320x340x240 mm

Power supply                                         220V 50 Hz

UV- cabinet is used in thin layer chromatography, minerology, forcenic science, luminescent analysis in biology: visualisation of gel electroforesis, detection fungie and bacterial colonies  at  raw food testing. Also, the device is widely used in cappilary test of drilling liquid; non - destructive testing with fluorecent dyes.

The lamp (UV light source) can be easily used separately, for search of technical liquids leaks and observation of luminescence at large objects. 

Thin - layer Chromatography is used for decection and identification of saliva, ink, drugs, explosives, paints and lipsticks, for example. The list of substances is far more wide.....

Device allow to make observation in non- darkened room.

For special requirements, this UV- cabinet can be assembled with UV LED's instead of merury lamps.

This equipment can be used with white trans- illuminator underneath, for gel examinations (in DNA sequencing).

One can find a short description of the TLC method in the lecture by  Capilano University, that is given here:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdmKGskCyh8