Gas Sealing Technology for Enhanced Radiation Curing (UV/EB): GSKit
UV and EB curing are two of the most efficient and modern methods to transform, within milliseconds, a liquid monomer coating into an insoluble highly cross-linked three-dimensional network on the surface of your substrate.
You want to cure inks, varnishes, adhesives... on the surface of substrates such as plastic films, metal foil, paper board or wooden materials using the most modern technology... You already use UV or EB radiation curing but you would like to improve the quality of your products, increase your productivity and reduce your costs.
We have developped Gas Sealing Technology, based on an innovative inerting system that allows you to meet all your needs.
Enhanced UV Curing at a glance
The UV curing process is a polymerisation reaction, initiated by UV radiations which transform, within a fraction of a second, a liquid coating film applied to a substrate into a solid cross-linked polymer material.
Advantages of Enhanced UV/EB Curing
Enhanced UV and EB curing under inert conditions afford production flexibility, productivity gains, costs savings, quality gains while remaining environmentally friendly processes.
Enhanced UV/EB Curing applications and markets
Enhanced UV/EB Curing has numerous applications in the converting and printing industries and its particularly suitable for printing, coating (overprinting) and cross-linking of adhesives.
Enhanced EB Curing at a glance
The EB curing process is a polymerisation reaction, initiated by an electron beam, which transforms, within a fraction of a second, a liquid coating film applied to a substrate into a solid cross-linked polymer material.
Enhanced UV/EB Curing Package Offer
Air Liquide has specifically developed a Gas Seal Kit (GSKit) that enables to perform either UV or EB curing under both low level of oxygen.