Introducing UV/EB Technology

Ultraviolet (UV) and electron beam (EB) curing is used in a wide variety of industrial segments, such as graphic arts, packaging, wood, metal and automotive components. Compared to conventional technologies, UV/EB offers various benefits, such as instant drying, reduction of costs and VOC emissions, as well as high quality finishing.

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Our knowledge center offers you an extensive, fully-searchable  database of information on all aspects of UV and EB curing, such as chemistry, equipment, application areas and market developments. It contains articles from our conferences dating back to 1989, as well as useful books and up-to-date information on relevant legislation. 

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RTE Conference 2019

A blog by Aymeric Champion, PhD student at the University of Haute-Alsace in France and speaker at this year’s conference. Here are his findings on the RTE Conference & Exhibition 2019 which was held on 15-16 October in Munich.