Re: "blacklight" tubes and light sources in general

From: Iain ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 02/14/05-01:17:05 PM Z
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At 18:23 14/02/2005, you wrote:
>Hi Lain,
>Would you please share your source for the 40w tubes.

This is in the UK so may not be of use to you:;jsessionid=15421098d446578/shopdata/index.shopscript

They are about 30% more than I can find the regular ones elsewhere.

>At 10:04 AM 2/14/2005, you wrote:
>>Thanks to all for your various responses. In my haste I did forget to
>>mention which processes I am interested in. To begin with I am doing
>>cyantotypes as I feel this has fewer variables than some other processes.
>>Once I feel I have this under some sort of control I expect to also start
>>gum soon after.
>>I think I will pursue the fluorescent tube approach, in part because I
>>think it will prove more convenient to have my source enclosed in a
>>smallish box. That said I have another question:
>>Is more UV generally better? I have found a source for 40w tubes of the
>>same size as the 20w I have been considering. Apart from more heat is
>>there any reason not to prefer these?
>>Thanks again
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Received on Mon Feb 14 13:17:50 2005

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