UV LED Curing for Narrow-web Applications

UV LED Wavelength Comparison
UV LED curing refers to a technique which utilises »energy« output from the light emitting diodes (LEDs) in the Ultraviolet (UV) spectrum to treat inks, coatings, adhesives and other UV curable materials. The energy generated by the UV light triggers the chemical reaction resulting in polymerisation of the material thus hardening (or curing) the material. Traditionally, Mercury-based UV lamps have been utilised for curing, but now more energy efficient and environmentally friendly LED-based UV technology has proven a superior solution to the printing industry. Read more »

UV LED Technology Update

UV curing technology is utilized for drying inks, coatings, adhesives and other UV-sensitive materials through polymerization. UV LED curing improves on the existing UV process by enabling thinner, heat-sensitive substrates, while eliminating harmful byproducts such as ozone, and improving workplace safety. Read more »

UV LED Curing for Industrial Printing

UV-LED curing units have become more efficient in delivering higher energy to the media, driving the engineering and implementation of environmentally clean, energy efficient, and compact curing units that increase throughput and support flexibility in a variety of production environments. Read more »

On the UV LED Wavelength

A significant amount of effort has gone into research and development of UV LED technology, aimed at gaining greater understanding and expanding usage in the printing sector. Read more »
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