Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is a powerful source of energy used in a multitude of commercial and industrial applications. Ultraviolet light is a proven method of sterilization in water and air purification systems with instant germ killing effects. UV light is also used in curing processes to instantly bond, harden and strengthen various polymers.
UV curing lamps are used in many commercial manufacturing applications such as automotive, aerospace, medical and many more to strength and add durability to various products. UV light instantly cures inks on many products for vibrant colors and permanent quality printing that will not wear off. UV curing lamps provide a smooth finish to lacquers, glazes and varnishes and improve cycle times with instant results.
With UV curing there is no need to wait for products to air dry which exposes them to dust, debris and evaporation leading to uneven finishes. UV curing improves quality, product cycle time, customer satisfaction and profitability.
LightSources Offers Proven High Pressure UV Curing Lamps
Metal halide, high-pressure lamps are proven effective in UV curing applications worldwide. High pressure curing lamps peak at the range of 254 nm to 365 nm, providing effective curing along with sterilization effects. UV radiation emitted at 254 nm is proven to instantly kills germs, viruses and bacteria.
LightSources offers a wide selection of UV curing lamps and UVC germicidal lamps for use in a multitude of commercial and industrial applications. We offer a full OEM support with custom designed solutions, prototypes and assistance in developing proprietary products to enhance your brand awareness. We continually deliver first to market solutions with proprietary products and custom phosphor blends.
LightSources is a leading global supplier of UV lamps and lighting solutions and is recognized as an authority on UV radiation applications. We design, engineer and manufacture UV lamps used in a wide range of applications including UV curing and UV see germicidal processes. Contact us for more information and to speak with an engineer.