In this section, you can find the latest news and press releases concerning UV & EB curing from RadTech Europe, its members and affiliate organizations. 

To keep our members connected to the latest news, issues and events within the UV & EB industry, RadTech Europe members receive:

  • The RadTech News, the association's official electronic magazine, issued twice a year.  Each issue includes an HSE Regulatory Newsletter covering health, safety and environmental issues and the RAD news supplement which includes industry news and patent- and academic reviews.
  • The annual RadTech Europe yearbook, which contains an overview of the industry's most important developments, events and achievements.
  • The monthly RadFlash, offering hot off the press news and event information.

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New RAHN subsidiary in China

RAHN-Group, with Headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland, is pleased to inform about the establishment of its subsidiary in China.

More exposure for RTE members with conclusion of website developments phase 2

RTE is very happy to announce that the second development phase of the RTE website has gone live succesfully!

Patent Issued for Integrated Shield Roll Design

PCT is proud to announce that US Patent 8,106,369 has been issued for a new advancement in Electron Beam (EB) processing equipment - Integrated Shield Roll technology.

Close to the customer and globally present – BYK Additives & Instruments opens laboratory in Dubai

The Arab Gulf states with the commercial metropolis Dubai are today one of the fastest expanding markets in the world. There is a dynamic at work here that only compares with what is happening in China and India.

Sartomer to Host Annual UV/EB Technical Seminar in Exton

Global specialty chemicals manufacturer Sartomer USA, LLC will hold its recurring technical seminar on ultraviolet light and electron beam (UV/EB) curing chemistries at its headquarters in Exton, Pa., near Philadelphia.