Nordson Corp. is introducing the new, low-power Nordson® CoolWave® 2 410 and the high-power CoolWave 2 610 UV curing systems at RadTech UV/EB 2008, Booth 100, May 5 to 7, 2008, at McCormick Place Lakeside in Chicago.
Nordson Corp. is introducing the new, low-power Nordson® CoolWave® 2 410 and the high-power CoolWave 2 610 UV curing systems at RadTech UV/EB 2008, Booth 100, May 5 to 7, 2008, at McCormick Place Lakeside in Chicago. The 410 system provides up to 420 watts/in (165 watts/cm), while the 610 system provides up to 600 watts/in (240 watts/cm). Both systems use dichroic-coated temperature stable glass reflectors for cooler operation. No internal gasketing virtually eliminates the possibility of arcing. The systems provide faster identification of cause of system faults, and greater application flexibility with a range of precisely focused and flood reflector geometries for different manufacturing applications including automotive, electronics, building products, life science/medical device, wire and cable, optical media (CDs and DVDs), and pipe and tube. An optional internal blower provides enhanced flexibility to meet installation requirements, simplifies installation and provides properly balanced cooling to ensure optimal spectral output and maximum bulb life.
The company is also exhibiting the MiniCure UV conveyor system, a compact system designed to cure lacquers, inks and surface coatings using high-intensity UV light. The system includes one 300 watts/in (120 watts/cm) medium-pressure mercury vapor lamp with metal halide or additive options. It offers a 9-in (230 mm) conveyor width and variable-speed belt 5 to 75 m/min. Other features include full-through conveyor with vacuum hold-down, quick and ease lamp change, lamp hour counter, and lamp power switch and indicator 80/120 watts/cm.
For more information, visitwww.nordson.com.
Nordson Debuts UV Curing Systems at RadTech Show - Posted 5/6/08
May 6, 2008