Bulbtronics, Farmingdale, NY, is a source for LEDs and cost-saving, energy-conserving compact and tubular fluorescent lamps that contain lower levels of mercury. The company provides cost-efficient recycling as mandated by the federal government and universal waste-regulation guidelines. RecyclePAK furnishes an economical, safe, and convenient recycling solution for lamps, U-Bends, HIDs, ballasts, dry cell, and sealed lead acid batteries. One cost includes packaging, shipping, processing, and a certificate of recycling for your records.
World Medical Equipment
World Medical Equipment, Marysville, Wash, offers hundreds of different bulbs used in a variety of equipment in the surgical environment. Among them are bulbs for Amsco/Steris and Getinge/Castle surgical lights and sterilizer control panel lamps, and light source bulbs for most types of scopes, x-ray boxes, and microscopes. As a supplier of completely refurbished surgical equipment, the company’s parts department stocks a large supply of bulbs and lamps in inventory and can special-order products for customers.
Alpha Source Inc
Alpha Source Inc, Milwaukee, is a stocking distributor for Perkin Elmer Cermax xenon lamps for use with endoscopic instruments, headlights, surgical microscopes, and surgical robots. The company specializes in many types of medical illumination and stocks lamps, and new LEDs from companies such as Osram Sylvania, GE Lighting, Philips, Ushio, Welch Allyn, Heine, and Carley Lamps. Also in stock are lamp sockets, power cords, power-protection equipment, batteries, and diagnostic instruments and parts. The company is FDA registered and ISO 13485:2003 certified.
GE ConSumer & Industrial
GE Consumer & Industrial, Cleveland, offers the HIR Plus lamp, a powerful new instrument designed to reduce energy wastefulness—available in 45-, 48-, 54-, 60-, 67- and 83-watt spots and floods. The HIR Plus replaces higher-wattage, standard PAR 38 lamps while delivering as much as a 54% reduction in energy costs. The new GE lamps reduce energy and maintenance costs by offering more than two times the rated life of standard halogen lamps. GE’s exclusive silver-coated reflector technology and improved thin-film HIR filament tube design combine to allow a 48-watt HIR Plus lamp. The HIR-coated filament tube and lens virtually eliminate UV-B and UV-C radiation to help reduce fading and discoloration of displays.