The UV-93 is a single bulb that is used for the Sperti Sunlamp models:
DEL SOL, Sentosa Sun, Riviera, Acapulco, and Tanmaster.
It is called the UV-93, and although the old PH-36 (new one is PH-36F) bulb & the old D/UV (new one is D/UV-F) bulb look identical in appearance, they are different and each is marked.
Note on this product:
3 old model
Sperti bulbs have been phased out, and the remaining inventory of replacement
bulbs is low. We are specifically talking about the UV-93 bulb, the PH-36 bulb,
and the D/UV bulb. These three bulbs are for sunlamp units that were discontinued
several years ago. These replacement bulbs are still in stock, but available only while supplies last.
The Del Sol & Sentosa were
replaced by the new FIJI Sun home tanning lamp. The D/UV was replaced by the
new fluorescent design, the D/UV-F Vitamin D Lamp, and the PH-36 also has new
technology and is called the PH-36F. In summary, technology allowed for a
better sunlamp using fluorescent technology, old mercury vapor style bulbs are
Online orders are preferred, thank you.
In accordance with a special order by the FDA (21 CFR Part 878, Docket No. FDA-2013-N-0461, dated May 27, 2014
) the following statements and warnings have been added to our website:"Contraindication:
This product is contraindicated for use on persons under the age of 18 years.""Contraindication:
This product must not be used if skin lesions or open wounds are present.""Warning:
This product should not be used on individuals who have had skin cancer or have a family history of skin cancer.""Warning:
Persons repeatedly exposed to UV radiation should be regularly evaluated for skin cancer."Medical definition of CONTRAINDICATED: to make (a treatment or procedure) inadvisable.
governmental action requires all sunlamp products (including tanning
beds) to post these new warnings. All sellers/stores/salons (including
online stores) of UV sunlamp products and/or services are required by
law to post these warnings, these are not specific to our SPERTI