For the past 50 years, we here at Solar Light Company, Inc. have been much more than providers of ultraviolet sensors and company that offers SPF testing. We have made it our biggest priority to ensure we continuously develop, manufacture, and distribute products to clients all over the world that will help them make scientific breakthroughs and find solutions to problems.
Therefore, we are excited to announce that our Solarmeter Model 6.5 UV Index Meter was recently featured in an article by Frances M. Baines, M.A., VetMB, MRCVS entitled, “An In-Depth Look At UV Light And Its Proper Use With Reptiles.” This was published in the January/February issue of REPTILES Magazine and is available for viewing by visiting this link: http://www.reptilesmagazine.com/An-In-Depth-Look-At-UV-Light-And-Its-Proper-Use-With-Reptiles/. Dr. Baines is the world’s preeminent authority on this subject, and advises many prominent organizations such as the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquaria (BIAZA).
The article specifically details some of Dr. Baines’ most exciting findings, and the developments over the past few years regarding UV lighting and its use on reptiles. She describes the features of ultraviolet light, how UVB is vital for the creation of vitamin D3 in all types of reptiles, and how reptile keepers can discover the amount of UVB their reptiles need
Reptile owners are consistently wondering about proper UV dosages for their animals, and Dr. Baines explains that our Solarmeter 6.5 UV Index Meter is the worldwide standard for affordable yet accurate UV measurement in reptile habitats. As Dr. Baines explains, the Model 6.5 is unique because of its ability to measure UV irradiance in the wavelengths that promote vitamin D3 synthesis.
This is a fine example of our UV meters as solutions to critical needs, helping to ensure the health of reptiles all over the globe. To learn more about our Solarmeter Model 6.5 UV Index Meter and what it can do, please give us a call 215-517-8700, or browse our website.
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