Tanning Lamp: Tanning Bed Bulb Selections
Your customers judge your salon by the results they get from the tanning bulb you use. Make your salon a perfect 10!
A Wolf Tanning bulb is Simply the Best on the Market
The life of a Wolff tanning lamp beats any other on the market. The output from a conventional lamp is almost exclusively a product of the energy produced when the thin phosphor coating inside the lamp is "excited" by electrical current. Higher quality phosphors and the selection and processing of phosphor blends produce a tanning bed bulb with higher service life and a satisfying result for your tanners.
Over the life of a higher-quality bulb , you will get more tanning sessions and a better tanning result which equals higher profits. In addition, think of the time you will save by not having to change them as often. This provides extra time you and your staff can spend focusing on sales and customer service, generating even more income.
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Wolff Tanning Bulbs Special Features
- High quality phosphor blend only found in Wolff lamps. This phosphor blend simulates UV light from the sun for a deep, dark natural-lasting tan
- Quality control procedures with more checks than any other manufacturer assures a low rate of defective lamps which saves time and money.
- Low variations in the UV output over many production cycles means your customers get the same great tan year after year from Wolff lamps.
Facts about tanning lamps
- UVB percentage fails to account for the total UV energy output of the tanning lamp. It is possible to have a tanning lamp with 5 watts of UV energy @ 8% UVB. By no means does this indicate a better tanning performance than a lamp with 50 watts of UV energy @ 2% UVB. The lamp with 50 watts of total UV energy will always tan better even with a lower UVB percentage. **Watts of UV energy are different from the watt rating on the tanning lamp itself. When comparing two 100 watt lamps, lamp A may have a higher UV energy output than lamp B even though they have the same watt rating**
- UVB percentage is not a percentage but a ratio of UVB to UVA.
- The higher the UVA the lower the UVB which is desirable for many.
- The ratio changes over the life of the lamp.
- This is not a measure of the tanning lamp's true performance. All to often salon owners purchase them based solely on a high UVB percentage. This practice is very likely doing more harm than good to their business since higher UVB increases the risk of sunburn and does very little to darken the skin.
- An effective tanning lamp must produce a balance of both UVA and UVB while maintaining a high total UV energy. Wolff lamps accomplish this.