Articles

Doped UV Arc Lamp - Performnces and Limits of Operation

W. Heering, 2001 Conference

The mercury high pressure gas discharge lamp is the UV source which is mostly used for curing. It is a very efficient lamp to produce intense UV-C (200 - 280 nm) radiation.

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Content: 7 pages

Further Studies on Photoinitiator Blends

R. Nagarajan, H. Cui, W. Xia, D. Hill, C. Miller, S. Jonsson And C.E. Hoyle, 1999 Conference

The present studies mark a breakthrough in photoinitiator development, in the sense that, under appropriate conditions, an abstraction type initiator shows a higher curing efficiency than a cleavage type photoinitiator.

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Content: 6 pages

High Speed Line with UV and EB Curing

T. Zimmermann, 1999 Conference

Polytype is a leading Engineering and Manufacturing Company and manufactures among

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Content: 8 pages

Automotive coatings and UV technology: a Paradigm

U. Meisenburg, K.H. Joost, R. Schwalm And E. Beck, BASF SE, 1999 Conference

Although the favourable technological properties and the high profitability of UV-curable
paint systems are well known in various industrial applications, such as wood, foil and
plastic parts coating, UV technology has not yet entered the automotive OEM coating

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Content: 4 pages

Optimized Positioning of UV Lamps for the Treatment of 3D Workpieces

M. Schneider, W. Klein And C. Schroder, Fraunhofer-Institut für Produktionstechnik und Automatisierung IPA, 1999 Conference

The increasing demand for UV coatings on three-dimensional (3D) objects, e.g., in the area of
plastic and metal parts for the automotive industry, represents a new challenge. In conventional

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Content: 6 pages

Advantages of Low Voltage Electron Beam Processing (80 kV -110 kV)

U.V. Lauppi, Energy Sciences Inc., 1999 Conference

A new generation of electron beam accelerators that operates in the 80 kV — 110 kV range has
been developed. This will enable users to obtain all of the benefits of electron beam curing,
while eliminating several drawbacks. Electrons accelerated at these low energies are best

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Content: 10 pages

Colloidal sinica acrylates for night performance radiation-curable coatings

C. Vu, A. Eranian, C. Faurent, P. Noireaux And J. Deveau, 1999 Conference

The objective of this work is the evaluation of the potential use of acrylic colloidal silica in the EB or
UV curing of transparent coatings for OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer). Formulations based

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Content: 8 pages

Cationic UV Curing: Benefits of Formulating Epoxides and Vinyl ethers together

W. Schrof, H. Binder, R. Schwalm, S. Weiguny, F. Chomienne And A. Carroy, BASF SE, 1999 Conference

Cationic UV curing systems based on cycloaliphatic epoxides are well known for coating of
metal and plastic substrates. The formulation of epoxides together with commercially available

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Content: 8 pages

UV-Flash Curing and its Applications

A. Stohr And J. Renschke, 1999 Conference

The technology of curing coatings, adhesives, inks etc. with UV light is common in the industry. With the improvement in photoinitiators and UV lamp technology further fields of applications will be

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Content: 4 pages

On the new reliable devices measuring the curing and photoresist effective radiation

A. Gugg-Helminger, W. Dahn, T.Q. Khanh, 1999 Conference

The ultraviolet radiation between approximately 180 nm and 400 nm and the visible light up to 480 nm is ly used today in many industrial processes for curing lacquers, inks and different coating systems.

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Content: 7 pages

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