Because Spectroline’s new PowerMAX™ 365 UV-A LED flood lamp (PM-1600SBLC) comes fully loaded with compliances and mounting possibilities, it provides NDT technicians with a wide variety of application options.
Along with its nominal steady-state UV-A intensity of 4,500 µW/cm² at 15 inches (38 cm), the latest PowerMAX 365 compliances include:
Rolls-Royce RRES 90061
ASTM UV-A intensity and wavelength specifications for LPI and MPI
(a certificate of conformance and full serialized validation report for both output and wavelength measurements is supplied with every lamp)
The Spectroline®TRITAN 365 (TRI-365SBLC) inspection lamp is now tested to comply with the ASTM E3022 Standard as well as being certified to meet Rolls-RoyceRRES 90061Requirements. It features three ultra-hi-flux UV-A LEDs for NDT inspection, plus a white light LED with an intensity of 400 foot-candles (4,306 lux) to illuminate dark work areas. The lamp produces a nominal steady-state UV-A intensity of less than 5,000 µW/cm2 at 15 inches (38 cm) and a large 4 inch (10 cm) diameter coverage area at 15 inches (38 cm), with a minimum UV-A intensity of 2,500 µW/cm2.
Spectroline’s Cool Seal™ A/C Leak Sealer is the hassle-free way to add years to out of warranty AC&R system. Cool Seal seals refrigerant leaks in compressors, condensers, evaporators, O-rings and hoses. And it’s now available in three popular delivery methods. The new kid on the block is the Cool Seal Stick Capsule (CS-3CS). It allows Cool Seal to be injected right along with your refrigerant (2 bleed valves required). Each capsule treats up to 2 tons of cooling.
The Cycle for Survival event at Equinox on Saturday March 5th was a major success.
The Spectronics team surpassed their fundraising goal, raising a total of over $4,300 so far!
Within six months, all of the money raised will go directly into the lab at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, the world's oldest and largest private cancer center. It will help fund groundbreaking research and treatment for rare cancers, such as brain, pancreatic, ovarian, all pediatric cancers and many more.
About Cycle for Survival
Cycle for Survival is the national movement to beat rare cancers. Our high-energy indoor team cycling events provide a tangible way for you to fight back—100% of all money raised directly funds lifesaving rare cancer research.
Half of all cancer patients are fighting a rare cancer.
According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), a "rare cancer" is one with a prevalence of fewer than 200,000 affected individuals in the United States. But when you put all of these rare cancer types together, they account for approximately half of all cancer diagnoses. Research on many rare cancers is drastically underfunded, often leaving patients with limited or no treatment options. Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center—the world’s oldest and largest private cancer center—is committed to changing that reality. MSK’s close collaboration between doctors and researchers is a unique strength: new drugs and therapies developed in the lab can be moved quickly to patients’ bedsides.
The Spectroline®OPTI-LUX™ 365 leak detection flashlight provides pure UV light for optimal fluorescent dye response, making it ideal for all industrial fluid system leak applications. The flashlight works with all Spectroline™ oil-based fluorescent dyes: OIL-GLO® 22 (yellow), OIL-GLO® 30 (white), OIL-GLO® 33 (green), OIL-GLO® 40 (bright blue), OIL-GLO® 44 (yellow/green), OIL-GLO®
Leaks in air conditioning and refrigeration systems cost the industry millions of dollars every year. Most are discovered only after a loss of cooling leads to discomfort, spoilage or production difficulties. Spectronics Corporation manufactures a variety of kits to detect even the most elusive refrigerant leaks.
The Spectroline®OPK-40GS/E GLO-STICK®Kitcontains everything needed to locate all AC&R leaks in small to medium sized systems — including high-pressure R-410A systems.
Spectronics Corporation produces high-performance EPROM/Wafer erasing systems using state-of-the-art technology, ensuring the highest UV intensities, fastest erasing times and unmatched safety and reliability.
One such system is the Spectroline®PC-9920A UV EPROM/Wafer Erasing System; engineered to meet high-volume production requirements. It has an operating UV intensity that is up to 60% greater than competitors’ systems. Its nominal 254 nm irradiance of 70,000 µW/cm² over a 36 x 24 in (91.4 x 61 cm) erasing area ensures fast and complete erasure of programmed memory from every EPROM,
Fluorescence analysis workstations are one of many products manufactured by Spectronics Corporation to aid laboratory technicians. Built to exacting standards, they’re used for viewing and analyzing fluorescent samples with both epi-illumination and trans-illumination light sources.
The Spectroline®CM-10MPmini viewing cabinet is perfect for any type of laboratory application requiring high-contrast fluorescence analysis. It’s also excellent for viewing TLC plates and for quality control inspection of PC boards.
Spectronics Corporation manufactures the AccuPRO™ Series of digital radiometer/photometers that measures and displays light readings for non-destructive testing applications. It provides the convenience of intensity and visible light measurement simultaneously.
The Series is comprised of two models: The standard AccuPro™ (XP-2000) has a dual-wavelength sensor detector that measures both ultraviolet and visible light. The AccuPRO™ Plus (XP-4000) 3-in-1 multi-purpose sensor is capable of measuring ultraviolet, visible and blue light.
Both radiometer/photometer readout units are engineered with
Spectronics Corporation has its pulse on the latest and most advanced leak detection solutions in the aviation industry, and the Spectroline®MDE-2000NC Marksman™II ultrasonic diagnostic tool is one such notable achievement.
When pressurized leaks and component wear and other defects are in their early stages, they create a friction only heard in the ultrasonic range. The Marksman II converts and amplifies inaudible ultrasonic sound into audible “natural” sound.