Articles

Anm in situ Technique for Monitoring Curing Process of UV-Curable Adhesives Using Relative Conductivity

J.W. Hong, 2005 Conference

 

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 10 pages

UV-Plasma Curing: Capture the Third Dimension

T. Jung, 2005 Conference

UV-curable coatings are mainly discussed for the application on 2-dimensional substrates. If 3- dimensional substrates are painted with pure acrylate based UV-coatings using conventional lamp equipment for exposure, lack of curing in shadow areas will occur.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 8 pages

Characterizing the Output and Performance of Solid-State UV LED Sources

P. Mills, 2005 Conference

Solid-state UV emitters promise to alter the discussion of how UV materials are cured in a manner similar to the way the microwave oven has transformed the way we talk about cooking.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 12 pages

Gas Sealed UV Dryer For Optimizing UV Applications

G. Rames-Langlade, 2005 Conference

Air Liquide has developed a novel inerted UV technology for the curing of coatings using UV irradiations under oxygen-free atmosphere.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 6 pages

High-Output, Efficient, Economical - Innovative UV Unit Technologies

2005 Conference

The core value of UV curing is that it enables users to do things that otherwise would be impossible or not as economical or efficient. UV curing is a photo-chemical process. Under the action of UV light, the binder of the ink, varnish, adhesive etc.

Costs: Free
Content: pages

Characterization of Low Voltage EB Equipment

I. Rangwalla, Energy Sciences Inc., 2005 Conference

Importance of dosimetrically evaluating low voltage electron beam accelerators used to cure coatings, inks and laminating adhesives especially for food flexible packaging applications will be discussed. What is thin film dosimetry?

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 8 pages

Ink Curing Applications with Low Voltage Miniature EB Devices

M. Zwegers, 2005 Conference

Low voltage (< 100 kV) EB devices are successfully used in several ink curing applications. This paper will discuss low voltage EB technology as well as various applications related to ink curing. Typical advantages of low voltage EB technology are:

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 8 pages

Polymerization kinetics of acrylate monomers under UV/EB radiation: from labscale monitoring to the modelling of industrial curing

M. Scoponi, 2005 Conference

Electron beam curing (EBC) is foreseen as a promising technology for the fabrication of carbon fiber reinforced aeronautic and space structures. Epoxy acrylate resins and adhesives have been developed for this purpose.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 8 pages

Radiation Processing of Fluoropolymers

J.G. Drobny, 2003 Conference

Fluoropolymers represent a group of rather specialized polymeric materials. The chemistry of the majority of fluoropolymers is derived from compounds used in the refrigeration industry.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 10 pages

UV Curing under Carbon Dioxide

Dr. E. Beck, 2003 Conference

UV coatings are predominantly used in series production of flat substrates. UV curing in a carbon dioxide atmosphere effectively reduces the inhibitory effect of oxygen. Improved curing becomes possible with minimal expenditures of energy and extra equipment.

Costs: € 10,00 
Content: 10 pages

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