UV-A curing flashlight

Spectronics' Spectroline OPTIMAX 365C is a UV-A LED flashlight designed for curing adhesives, sealants, epoxies, resins and coatings.

Related Topics:

Related Suppliers

Spectronics Corp. (Westbury, N.Y.) has introduced the Spectroline OPTIMAX 365C, a cordless, rechargeable, true UV-A (365 nm) LED flashlight, designed for use in curing adhesives, sealants and other resins and coatings (including epoxies). It uses ultrahigh-flux LED technology to produce a nominal steady-state UV-A intensity of 60,000 µW/cm² at a distance of 6 inches/150 mm. Powered by a rechargeable NiMH battery, it supports 90 minutes of continuous use between charges. The LED lifetime is 30,000 hours. The flashlight comes with UV-absorbing protective eye goggles, a belt holster and smart AC and DC battery chargers, all packed in a padded carrying case. The AC charger is available in 120V, 230V, 240V or 100V versions.

Editor Pick

Royal DSM acquires remaining part of DSM-AGI joint venture

Royal DSM (Heerlen, Netherlands) announced  on August 9 that it has concluded the acquisition of the outstanding 49% of shares in its DSM-AGI joint venture.