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  • Decontamination of Shell-Eggs with Pulsed UV-Light
    Decontamination of shell-eggs with pulsed UV-light.
  • Importance of Measuring UV Transmittance (UVT) for UV Disinfection
    UV light at at the 254 nm wavelength actually destroys the DNA of microbiological material. in the water which prevents dangerous viruses such. as cryptosporidium and e-coli from reproducing and. causing harm.
  • Sunlight Resistance or UV Resistance
    The sun emits visible and non-visible radiation. One component of non-visible radiation is ultraviolet (UV) light. Like many other substances, PVC plastics are affected by exposure to UV radiation.
  • UV Curing Adhesives Shine
    compounds. This diverse group of adhesives, sealants and encapsulants. cures only when activated by a suitable UV light source. As. one-component materials, they don't require labor intensive. weighing or mixing steps. With the exception of special. dual-cure systems, UV curable compounds require no heat
  • UV-Cure Adhesives 101
    storage at ambient temperatures for six months -- until activated by UV light. Activation occurs only when exposed to UV light of 250 to 350 nm, and then the materials cure on demand, letting companies get rid of lengthy ambient-temperature cures or ovens needed for elevated temperature cures. UV
  • Don't Overlook UV Sensing
    , at the high end of the price/performance scale, carry out tasks ranging from determining the product's orientation on the assembly line to verifying the correct placement of labels. There's yet another type of light-based detector, the UV fluorescence (sometimes called luminescence) sensor
  • How to Protect Museum Quality Artwork with UV Blocking Glass (.pdf)
    This Tech Notes explains what UV blocking glass is, and how it interacts with UV light to act as a protectant.
  • 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

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