Spectronics Corporation (Westbury, NY) announced the release of its Maxima ML-3500C UV Lamp, which slashes the time it takes to cure adhesives, coatings, inks, epoxies, resins, and other materials.
The lamp uses Micro Discharge Light (MDL) technology and has a unique filter and bulb/reflector assembly to deliver up to ten times more UV-A energy than conventional 100-watt curing lamps, according to the company.
The lamp, including the ballast, weighs just slightly over six pounds and boasts an ergonomic design and stay-cool hand grip to allow it to be used for long periods of time without stress or fatigue.
The lamp’s bulb/reflector assembly is a single, integral unit with no exposed circuitry and produces virtually no UV-B light, the company said.
A battery-operated model, Maxima ML-3500CM, is also available and comes with a rechargeable battery pack that powers the lamp for two hours.
More information: www.spectroline.com.