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  • UV Curing Adhesives and Potting Compounds
    . Ultraviolet curable formulations are materials that cure (harden or polymerize) when exposed to ultraviolet light. Epoxies Etc... has developed an extensive line of UV curing products designed to fit a wide range of electronic, aerospace, decorative, and medical device applications. Ultraviolet light
  • Interferent and Accuracy Review
    The UV fluorescence technique monitors the intensity of light emitted from the passing stream at a selected wavelength band.
  • Medical Device Link .
    Recent developments in curing equipment UV lamp offers fast curing time A powerful UV lamp is suitable for curing adhesives, epoxies, resins, and other materials. The Maxima 3500, supplied by (Westbury, NY, USA), delivers an average UVA intensity of 100,000 �W/cm2 at 15 cm for rapid curing
  • How Does A Spectrometer Work?
    Optical spectroscopy is a technique for measuring light intensity in the UV-, VIS-, NIR- and IR-region. Spectroscopic measurements are being used in many different applications, such as color measurement, concentration determination of chemical components or electromagnetic radiation analysis
  • Medical Device Link .
    to simplifying the catheter assembly process. The adhesive fluoresces under low-intensity black light for in-line inspection. It is also solvent free and cures in seconds upon exposure to UV and visible light. A supplier of structural adhesives for medical devices offers a range
  • Ten Tips for Getting the Best Performance from Photocurable Adhesives
    Photocurable, ultraviolet (UV)- and light-curing adhesives are value-added replacements for traditional adhesives and are essential for many high-tech assembly operations where high throughput and delicate components are required. OEMs and other assemblers are switching to light cure products
  • Accelerated Shelf-life Testing of Natural Colours in Model Food
    drinks). Samples were stored. in a constant climate chamber at 20°C, 30°C and 40°C and exposed to high-intensity light at 4.000 Lux. with UV at 1.4 W/m2 and in dark. Loss of color was monitored in terms of change in Hue (?H) over. time (7 months at 20°C and 8 weeks at 30°C and 40°C. Results showed
  • Under the weather
    outdoor testing programs, many companies test products in both Florida and Arizona. Florida is known for its high-intensity sunlight, high annual UV, and high year-round temperatures as well as for plenty of rain and sweltering humidity. Arizona is hot and dry with substantial UV radiation and large

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