Resources From Spectro-UV
Explore a comprehensive collection of ultraviolet light articles on our dedicated resource page. Discover the latest research, practical applications, and essential information about ultraviolet (UV-A) light and blacklights.
With the dizzying array of Flashlights, Portable Lamps, and Flood Lamps on the market today selecting the appropriate UV-A product is critical to an operator’s success in the field. Will your products be used for Magnetic Particle Inspection, Crime Scene Investigation, Paint Curing, Leak Detection, or any other specialized applications? Increasing regulatory requirements within certain industries add to the equation when selecting your inspection products. Primary factors to consider when selecting a UV-A Product include Read More Here.
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Avoid skin or eyes exposure to UV radiation sources whenever possible. The UV radiation generated by laboratory equipment can exceed recommended exposure limits and cause injury with exposures as brief as three seconds in duration. Read More Here
UVS-20 Overglass Spectacles, UVS-30 Spectacles and UVG-50 Goggles provide Read More Here
A new type of ultraviolet light that may be safe for people took less than five minutes to reduce the level of indoor airborne microbes by more than 98%, a joint study by scientists at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons and in the U.K. has found. Even as microbes continued Read More Here
Long wave ultraviolet (UV) 365nm light – commonly known as Black Light or Woods Light – has been used successfully by the medical profession for decades. The Fluorescent properties of diseased or damaged tissue and Read More Here
To provide the best level of service to our customers Spectro-UV, the Global leader in the design and manufacture of Ultra-Violet Lamps and Radiometers is proud to be an ISO/IEC 17025 Certified Read More Here
Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)
The American Society for Nondestructive Testing, Inc. (ASNT) is the world's largest technical society for nondestructive testing (NDT) professionals. Through our organization and membership, we provide a forum for exchange of NDT technical information; NDT educational materials and programs; and standards and services for the qualification and certification of NDT personnel. ASNT promotes the discipline of NDT as a profession and facilitates NDT research and technology applications. Learn More Here
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The British Institute of NDT is the professional institute for all those engaged in non-destructive testing and condition monitoring. It is concerned with the education and training of its members, and the advancement of the science and practice of the subjects. Learn More Here
Magnetic particle examination (MT) is a very popular, low-cost method to perform nondestructive examination (NDE) of ferromagnetic material. Ferromagnetic is defined in ASME Section V as Read More Here.
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Forensics & Security
We are the oldest and largest forensic association in the world. This professional forensic association represents a diverse, knowledgeable and experienced membership that are assembled to educate, share, critique and publish methods, techniques and research in the physical forensic science disciplines. Learn More Here
The American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) is a multidisciplinary professional organization that provides leadership to advance science and its application to the legal system. Since 1948, we have served a distinguished and diverse membership. Our 6,600+ members represent all 50 United States and 71 other countries. Membership is comprised of pathologists, attorneys, dentists, toxicologists, anthropologists, document examiners, digital evidence experts, psychiatrists, engineers, physicists, chemists, criminalists, educators, researchers, and others. Our objectives are to promote professionalism, integrity, competency, education, foster research, improve practice, and encourage collaboration in the forensic sciences.
There are many types of materials that emit light when they are excited by electromagnetic radiation. Some of these materials tend to be useful as evidence in forensic investigations. This article will briefly outline the mechanics of luminescence, its use in forensics, and discuss the use of inexpensive LED Forensic Light Source Kits. Luminescence is the term we use to describe a material’s Read More Here
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