BROWNS SUMMIT, NC - Daybreak Technologies has opened a new 5000-square-foot research and development laboratory at Gateway University Research Park in Browns Summit, North Carolina. The lab is designed to support the development of advanced UV and EB curable coatings and adhesives. The lab includes a narrow web flexo/rotary screen combination press to test materials under realistic production conditions. It has both UV and EB curing capabilities. Development is supported by advanced analytical, physical property and accelerated aging testing. This includes migration testing to confirm materials are suitable for food and pharmaceutical packaging applications. In addition to in-house testing capabilities, Daybreak is affiliated with the University of North Carolina/North Carolina A&T State University Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN). This provides access to a vast array of analytical equipment guided by the JSNN faculty.

Daybreak Technologies develops, manufactures, supports and services advanced UV/EB curable coatings and adhesives for printing and packaging as well as industrial applications. Daybreak is part of the Polytex group of companies.