01 September 2010
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High-intensity UV spot curing lamp claimed economical

A new high-power UV spot curing lamp from Intertronics provides the optimal combination of low operating cost with high-intensity output to accommodate a wide variety of bonding applications and UV cure adhesives.

The Dymax BlueWave 75 lamp transmits less energy onto the substrates resulting in cooler UV curing, a feature especially beneficial in applications that are sensitive to heat.

The lamp offers a novel feature which provides precise user adjustment of light intensity to assist in process validation and control. It also emits UVA and blue visible light (300-450 nm) and is designed for curing of UV and visible light-curable adhesives, coatings and encapsulants. An integral shutter can be actuated by a foot pedal or PLC making it ideal for both manual and automated or robotic processes.

This spot curing lamp is simple to operate, boasts a typical bulb life of over 2,000 hours and it features fast bulb replacement. The BlueWave 75 with intensity adjustment is believed to be the most versatile, user-friendly and reliable spot curing unit available, reducing costs per process and equipment cost of ownership, as well as enhancing worker capability.

Meet Intertronics at the IASE Exhibition, 21st October 2010, National Motorcycle Museum Birmingham.

Paul Gay

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