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Germ Guardian LB1000 Replacement UV-C Light Bulb

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The Germ Guardian LB1000 Replacement UV-C Light Bulb is compatible with the GG1000 and GG1000CA air sanitizers and GGH200 Clean2 Hand Vac. It uses naturally occurring ultraviolet light technology that is capable of eradicating microorganisms, mold spores and viral contaminants from the air.

The Germ Guardian LB1000 replacement UV-C light bulb should last for over 5000 hours but it loses approximately 15 percent of its intensity at about 4000 hours of use. Replacement every 8-10 months is recommended.

  • Model: LB1000
  • UPC: 895916001278
  • Product Type: Replacement UV-C Light Bulb
  • Product Dimensions: L: 1.00" x W: 2.00" x H: 4.00"
  • Product Weight: 1.00 lbs.
  • Product Color: Silver
  • Application: Replacement UV-C light bulb kills microorganisms, mold spores and viral contaminants
  • Watts: 3.5 watts
  • Accessory Type: Replacement UV-C light bulb
  • Accessory Life: 8-10 months or 5,000 hours
  • Compatible Air Purifier Models: Germ Guardian GG1000 and GG1000CA Air Sanitizers and GGH200 Clean2 Hand Vac
  • Quantity Included: 1
  • Compatible with GG1000 and GG1000CA air sanitizers and GGH200 Clean2 Hand Vac.
  • Eradicates microorganisms, mold spores and viral contaminants from the air.
  • Only needs to be replaced every 8-10 months.
  • Over 98 percent of targeted airborne germs are eliminated.
  • Uses the same technology that is used in hospitals for sanitization.
  • UV-C light bulb should last over 5000 hours.

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- Anonymous on 2015-12-05