Our Indoor Tanning program only uses the best sun beds to Help you achieve the best Tan Possible!
You May Ask How Do We Know That? Here Are The Key Factors:
- Wolff Lamps
- Proprietary Lamp
- UV Flux
- Solar meter
- UVA and UVB
MAke an Informed Decision On Sun Beds
These Are The Answers To Key Questions You Need To Know To Make An Informed Decision.
- The Sun Beds We Chose Are Considered Work Horses Of The Industry. They Have An Impeccable History Of Performance and Reliability.
Wolff System Lamps
- Wolff System Tanning Lamps Are Considered By Many Experts In The Industry As The Gold Standard. Our Medium Pressure Beds Carry The GoldenBronze Plus Which Is The Best Lamp Available For Our Sun Beds. Wolff Lamps Is The Only Lamp Supplier That Will Openly Show Specifications On UVA Output, UVB Output, And the Expected Life Of The Lamp.
- Our Competition In The Area Uses Distributor "Proprietary Lamps". You May Ask What Are Those? Well They are Private Label Lamps That Are Not Up To The Same Standards. Do Not Be Fooled By An Inferior Lamp. We Have Tested Two Different Types of "Proprietary Lamps" And The Results Were As Expected. First And Foremost, Tanning Lamps Lose Power The More Hours They Are Ran. These Lower End Lamps lost About %50 Of Their Power At 200 Hrs (Very Bad). The Lamp Itself Began To Die Around 400 Hrs. In Comparison, Our Very First Set Of Wolff Lamps Kept %80 Of Its Power At 800 Hrs (Pretty Amazing).
Keep The Quality High
- We Have Our Own Maintenance Technician On Site. He Checks On A Weekly Basis The UV Flux Of All Our Sun Beds. UV Flux Determines The Strength Of A Lamp And Overall Power of The Sun Bed
UVA & UVB
UVA Is The Driving Force To Help You Achieve A Great Tan. The Higher UVA The Better Your Tan Is. UVB Does Plays Its Part Too. UVB Is Needed Initially To Get Melanin That is In Your Skin Activated. Too Much UVB Is Bad Because It Can Damage your Skin. The Average UVB Percentage Walking Around Outside Is Roughly %6.5. Our Wolff Lamps Only Carry %1.4 UVB Which Makes Our Beds Very Safe Considering the Very Low UVB Percentage.
UV Flux Is The Total Power Of UVA And UVB. A Solar Meter Is a Device Used to Determine The UV Flux. The Bullet Points Below Show What A Good UV Flux Reading is
- UV Flux Total From 30 Points To 55 Points Is Considered GREAT
- 24 Points To 30 Points The Lamp Is Beginning To Die
- Less Then 24 Points Is a Dead Lamp (To Us Anyway)
This Is An Actual Test Using a Solar Meter. This Device Will Display The Total UV Flux. The Reading on 05/9/2018 Came Out To 41.2 In Case You Have Difficulty Reading it. The UV Spectrum Makes For a Difficult Picture.