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UVA Spot-Curing System

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Dymax Corp.’s BlueWave LED Prime UVA high-intensity spot-curing system has no bulbs to change, requires no warm-up, and it provides cool cures and constant intensity for thousands of hours. It uses LEDs to generate energy, which is emitted through a 5-mm-diameter lightguide. The intensity control feature permits users to adjust output from 0 to 100%, yielding more than 15 W/cm2. The instrument is suitable for spot curing of various coatings as well as for adhesive bonding of polycarbonate, polyvinyl chloride, polyethylene terephthalate, metal and glass.

May 2010

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