Hazardous Waste Program fact sheet Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts 1/2007 PUB002081 The primary concern regarding the disposal of used fluorescent lamp ballasts is the health risk associated with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs).
PCB BALLASTS Ballasts come in all shapes, sizes and weights. The most common ballasts encountered for disposal as PCB wastes are found associated with fluorescent lights.
Linear Fluorescent Lamp ELECTRONIC -UNIVERSAL-PL - BALLASTS ENERGY EFFICIENT LIGHTING PRODUCTS PRODUCT FOCUS • Industry leading less than 500 parts per million failure rate • Instant Start/ Programable • Nominal/ High/ Low Output • 2 Lamp/ 3 Lamp/ 4 Lamp • PL Replacement Ballasts ...
i lighting f luorescent ballast technology is in a state of change. The industry is now in the final leg of its transition—from magnetic ballasts to electronic ballasts.
-Reprinted with permission from FILMCREW Magazine-Electronic Ballasts by Harry C. Box How still this quiet corn field is tonight By intenser glow Bringing, not darkness, but deeper light John Masefield This issue launches our newest departmental column, Deeper Light, written by Harry C. Box.
SECTION III - HID Ballast Specification for HID Ballasts ...
UltraMax ® ballasts are UltraMax ® 's high efficiency design results in ultra-cool operation that can provide additional AC energy savings. especially during peak demand periods.
item 04203.967001 m - removal, packaging for transport, transportation and disposal of fluorescent light ballasts item 04203.967002 m - removal, packaging for transport, transportation and disposal of fluorescent light bulbs 1 of 2 revised 10/22/02 a. description: this work shall consist of ...
2 The ABC's of Electronic Fluorescent Ballasts 100 years of brighter, more efficient lighting. The first fluorescent lamp was patented over 100 years ago by American inventor, Peter Cooper Hewitt.
Ballasts: The function of a ballast is to limit the current flowing through the lamp, allowing the lamp to draw the power it