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post #17291 of 17394 (permalink) Old 05-29-2020, 01:59 AM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post
https://www.hortidaily.com/article/9...ight-spectrum/

The problem is.....what are these cheap purple lights putting out?
There is UV A,B and C

UV A = Sun light = promotes growth in a system. = Bad (some UV cheap Chinese leds do give off a tiny , tiny amount of UV-A light (i cannot go into to much detail but i have tested the spectral wave length of many UV Leds and yes some are not good). All i can say is just because some thing is expensive buy a big name maker doesn't make it good.

UV-B = Its not to bad and doesn't promote growth

UV-C = Germicide Kills off alga by imploding the alga at a Cell level, this is dangerous. Also can damage Plastic, Coolants and many other things. Don't mess with this type of UV and is part of our system for water cleansing. DO NOT LOOK AT UV-C IT CAN BLIND YOU.

UV-C LEDs are rated as 275 nm (270 - 280 nm)

When dealing with leds all i can say its a rabbit hole.

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^^ the better HVAC bulb kits come with chinese raybans

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^^ the better HVAC bulb kits come with chinese raybans
oh if I could swear on here I would do lol.

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I have a UV-C sterilizer for aquatic use and this is the UV that gets rid and stops biological growth. As Mayhems stated, you don't want exposure to this type. The unit I have is a black sealed container with the bulb inserted inside a spiral clear tube for water to double pass around it and just has a tiny glow lens so you can see the bulb is operational.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ezveedub View Post
I have a UV-C sterilizer for aquatic use and this is the UV that gets rid and stops biological growth. As Mayhems stated, you don't want exposure to this type. The unit I have is a black sealed container with the bulb inserted inside a spiral clear tube for water to double pass around it and just has a tiny glow lens so you can see the bulb is operational.
Wonder why no one has converted one of those for WC use. Hmmm something like this could work

https://www.amazon.ca/HQUA-OWS-6-Ult...dDbGljaz10cnVl

Might have to look into this more.

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Just to confirm:

X1 Clear is out of equation problem, yes?

Using it plus 2 strips of Phantek`s Aura leds...(at blue due X1 be clear).
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Quote: Originally Posted by Mordorr View Post
Just to confirm:

X1 Clear is out of equation problem, yes?

Using it plus 2 strips of Phantek`s Aura leds...(at blue due X1 be clear).
only problem with X1 is it can sometimes color shift, and too much makes clear soft tube turn cloudy faster.

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post #17299 of 17394 (permalink) Old 05-31-2020, 02:55 AM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by Shawnb99 View Post
Wonder why no one has converted one of those for WC use. Hmmm something like this could work

https://www.amazon.ca/HQUA-OWS-6-Ult...dDbGljaz10cnVl

Might have to look into this more.

At least till @Mayhem comes out with the premix that lasts a lifetime
Because it also destroys plastic as well. We have looked at having in our system however they also generate a lot of heat and in an enclosed system and i really do mean create a lot of heat. They also kill off inhibitor so pretty much counterproductive.

XTR is on hold due to coivd. The r&d place we work with making it has dedicated themself to a project working with the government. Same with fixing pastel issues we've seen, again we cannot get access to the equipment we need to check it and see what happening hence the reason we've stopped selling it for now. It could possibly be the end of the line for all of this stuff for now. All except XT-1 and X1.

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Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
only problem with X1 is it can sometimes color shift, and too much makes clear soft tube turn cloudy faster.



IN my case became pink maybe some rests of previous G12....even so, i should know that before buy it......when finish all 5L, i will return to my old good G12 car liquid.
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