Spectroline has introduced the Maxima ML-3500C UV lamp, designed to speed curing of adhesives, coatings, inks, epoxies, resins, printed circuit boards, plastics and other materials.
The lamp produces a nominal steady-state UV-A intensity of 75,000 µW/cm at six inches (15 cm) for high-speed curing, the manufacturer says.
Features and Specifications
The ML-3500C features Micro Discharge Light (MDL) technology, with a proprietary single-unit filter and bulb/reflector assembly designed to enable the lamp’s 35-watt bulb to deliver up to 10 times more UV-A energy than conventional 100-watt curing lamps.
The lamp weighs 6.1 pounds (2.8 kg), including the ballast. It features an ergonomic design and stay-cool hand grip for extended use without stress or fatigue.
The ML-3500C features instant-on operation and produces virtually no hazardous UV-B light. The bulb can be replaced in seconds without tools.
A battery-operated model, the Maxima ML-3500CM, includes a 12-volt, 7 amp/hr rechargeable battery that powers the lamp for two full hours, according to Spectroline.
More information: www.spectroline.com or 1-800-274-8888.