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6/11/2013

Dymax Flood Lamps Use UV Light for Curing

Originally titled 'Flood Lamps Use UV Light for Curing'
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The ECE series flood lamp systems from Dymax Corp. use ultraviolet light to fully cure adhesives, coatings and inks quickly, resulting in increased manufacturing yields.

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The ECE series flood lamp systems from Dymax Corp. use ultraviolet light to fully cure adhesives, coatings and inks quickly, resulting in increased manufacturing yields. They are suited for curing parts with large bond lines or for simultaneously curing multiple parts in trays.

The modular flood lamp systems consist of a power supply, reflector housing and 400-W metal halide UV-curing bulb. By adding accessories such as UV shielding, shutter assemblies and mounting stands, the lamps can be used as either turnkey benchtop systems or integrated into an automated assembly process, the company says. They can be used in a variety of industrial applications, including bonding, sealing and encapsulating in such industries as automotive, electronic, optical and medical device assembly. 

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