Attend the forum to learn more about UV LED curing for printing & coating applications
Phoseon will sponsor “The BCF’s Print Forum: Throwing Light on UV LED,” for print to be held on 2nd October, in Edinburgh Scotland and 9th October, in Sutton Coldfield West Midlands. While at the forum, learn how Phoseon LED technology is a perfect fit for printing applications due to the compact size, ease of integration, and high intensity output achieved through optimized LED thermal management. Users of Phoseon LED curing systems can process a variety of materials, including thin and heat-sensitive substrates, at maximum production speeds with low-input power.
It is essential to educate consumers of the advantage of UV LED curing, including increased productive, a safer work place and a cleaner environment.
Rob Karsten, Director of European Sales & Marketing, Phoseon Technology
“For nearly two decades, Phoseon has been pioneering the use of LED technology for UV curing applications using the polymerization process to cure inks, coatings, adhesives and other UV sensitive materials, said Rob Karsten, Director of European Sales & Marketing for Phoseon Technology. “It is essential to educate consumers of the advantage of UV LED curing, including increased productive, a safer work place and a cleaner environment.”
The BCF Print Forum 2018 is taking place on two dates, in separate locations – 2nd October, Dalmahoy Hotel and Country Club, Edinburgh Scotland and 9th October, Moor Hall, Sutton Coldfield West Midlands.
About Phoseon Technology
Since 2002, Phoseon Technology pioneered the use of LED technology for Life Sciences and Industrial Curing. Through our relentless innovation, we deliver high performance, reliable and patented LED based solutions. Our strong focus on customer collaboration has resulted in world-wide market leadership position and presence. Phoseon is an ISO9001 certified company manufacturing award winning products. We uniquely focus 100% on LED technology therefore ensuring superior reliability, business economics, and environmental benefits.