This is the state of the art advanced technology in the FIeld of photo-polymerization.
The traditional ultraviolet sources produce an intense infrared radiation that causes overheating of the irradiated substrate.
Thanks to a device designed and perfected in Superfici laboratories, it is able to filter the emitted UV radiation, eliminating most of the infrared component. The result is a cold UV light that can be used with any type of heat-sensitive material, the system is called Coldcure.
• DIRECT IRRADIATION
on the surface to be cured. The reflector is oriented downwards. In this position we have the maximum of the specific power on the work-piece; all UV and IR range of the emission of the lamps reach the work-piece.
• COLDCURE POSITION
the radiating source is oriented towards a selective surface, which reflects only the UV range of the lamps emission, avoiding to transfer on the work-piece the heat generated by the IR range, thus obtaining a Cold polymerisation.
• STAND BY POSITION
this position enters automatically whenever there is a conveyor stop. The lamp power supply decreases to 50% or to other previously fixed values.