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Spectroline NDT inspection lamp for leak detection receives ASTM and RRES certification

The Spectroline Tritan 365 inspection lamp is now tested to comply with the ASTM E3022 standard as well as being certified to meet Rolls-Royce RRES 90061 requirements.

It features three ultra-hi-flux UV-A LEDs for non-destructive testing (NDT) inspection, plus a white light LED with an intensity of 4,306 lux to illuminate dark work areas.

The lamp produces a nominal steady-state UV-A intensity of less than 5,000µW/cm2 at 15” and a large 4” diameter coverage area at 15”, with a minimum UV-A intensity of 2,500µW/cm2.

A faceplate with integral black light filters reduces the output of wavelengths longer than 400nm and visible light emission is less than 5 lux.

The unit's long lasting UV-A lenses reduce the rate of solarisation, which is a common problem with traditional lenses.

When the thermal circuitry "senses" an overage in internal temperature, it trips, never letting the lamp go out of Rolls Royce RRES specifications.

The lamp includes a rubber bumper with a Borofloat glass lens to protect the LEDs from damage.

A Certificate of Conformance and a full serialised validation report for both output and wavelength measurements are supplied with each lamp.

The Tritan 365 also meets ASTM UV-A intensity and wavelength specifications for LPT and MPT.

The lamp comes with a choice of standard 8ft or extra-long 20ft heavy-duty power cord with AC plug, a rubber boot, and UV-absorbing spectacles, all packed in a soft carrying case.

It is available in 110V, as well as 230V, 240V and 100V versions.

Spectroline manufactures fluorescent dyes for leak detection in industrial fluid handling systems, which can be detected with UV light.