HOLTE, Denmark — Measurement of conventional UV and UV LED equipment is an important issue for process safety and for quality control purposes. But there can be confusion, mistakes and lack of knowledge on this essential topic. To help industry professionals learn why and how UV should be measured and get hands-on training with various EIT instruments, EFSEN UV & EB TECHNOLOGY is offering a one-day training course where attendees will master the difference between the technologies as well as get hands-on training and tools to measure, define, control, adjust and optimize UV in their production, or for their customers.

Since 1986, EFSEN has specialized in UV and UV-LED curing systems for production in the manufacturing industry. The company’s UV experts will help attendees to understand the required knowledge and information about the equipment, which is crucial depending on individual process requirements.

Key takeaways from the course include: an understanding the UV language; learning why and how UV should be measured; hands-on training and experience with various EIT instruments; learning how to optimize your own UV equipment; defining the correct UV measurement setup for your processes; understanding the need for calibration of EIT instruments; understanding the influence of irradiance (peak), energy (dose) and wavelength (nm); and understanding the difference between Hg, Ga and LED UV sources.

The course is designed for decision makers and users in the UV industry, engineers, R&D, technicians, product managers, and people working with development or quality control of UV products.

The one-day training course is being offered on Feb. 27, March 26 and April 30. It takes place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is held at EFSEN UV & EB TECHNOLOGY in Holte, Denmark. Potential attendees should register at least three weeks before each course date. To learn more and to register, visit https://www.efsen.dk/uv-training-course/.