Excelitas Technologies® Corp., Waltham, Massachusetts, a photonics technology company, will showcase its OmniCure® LED UV Curing Systems at RadTech UV+EB 2020. Excelitas’ business development manager Marvin Ruffin will also present “Preventing Hospital-Acquired Infections with UVC LEDs” during the co-located 2020 IUVA Americas Conference UV for Healthcare Applications Track.
Excelitas’ booth #513 will include:
OmniCure AC8-HD (High Dose) Series of LED UV Curing System. Offering higher optical power and enhanced performance in the same air-cooled mechanical enclosure as its AC8 and AC9 predecessors, AC8-HD delivers over 50% more dose with optical uniformity. Excelitas’ patented control technology for addressing individual LED UV modules enables an outstandingly tight irradiation across the UV emitting length, and between heads. The light source is ideal for large area curing of inks, adhesives and coatings in medical, industrial, electronics manufacturing, wood coating, touch panel/display, solar panel, conformal coating, automotive and print applications.
OmniCure LX500 LED UV Spot Curing System. Available in either two or four LED head system configurations with up to 16W/cm2 peak irradiance, LX500 provides optical stability via Intelli-Lamp® LED technology for repeatable device assembly and reduced costs. The LX500 is ideal for use in medical devices such as catheters, cannulas, endoscopes and syringes; electronics such as OPU, smartphones and tablets; and general-purpose small component applications such as bonding and coatings.
OmniCure AC5 Series LED UV Curing System. Designed with high-output LEDs and custom optics, OmniCure AC550/P and OmniCure AC575/P air-cooled LED UV Curing Systems provide high irradiance (14W/cm2), enabling manufacturers to achieve outstanding productivity and reduce running costs using LEDs with long lifetime and lower electrical consumption. OmniCure AC5 Series LED UV Systems are ideal for curing coatings, adhesives and inks in applications such as wood, print, glass and plastic, providing high quality and consistent curing results.
Company experts will be on site or available by phone prior to the conference to provide updates on its solutions.
Event date range: March 9 – 11, 2020
“Preventing Hospital-Acquired Infections with UVC LEDs” presentation, on Monday, March 9, 11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Disney Coronado Springs Resort, Orlando, FL, Booth #513
For more information, visit www.excelitas.com.