High intensity UV-B and UV-A radiation from plasma lightsources
Keywords:Electrodeless discharges; Lightsources; UV-A; UV-B; Life cycle assessment; Environmental impact
This article outlines Ceravision's research and development programs which led to the introduction of products for UV radiation for horticulture. The article includes a description of the Company's recent initiatives in greenhouse lighting with its research collaborators in the UK and Europe.
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