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'[OT:] 350nm light source for curing UV adhesives'
2003\12\10@094400 by Tom Deutschman

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Does anyone know of an inexpensive 350nm UV light source for curing
adhesives?

Thanks


Tom Deutschman

Wizbang Designs, Inc.
1629 W 8TH AVE
Spokane, WA  99204

Phone: (509) 251-4814
http://www.wizbangdesigns.com <http://www.wizbangdesigns.com/>


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2003\12\10@105331 by llile

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Does anyone know of an inexpensive 350nm UV light source for curing
adhesives?

Thanks


Tom Deutschman

Wizbang Designs, Inc.
1629 W 8TH AVE
Spokane, WA  99204

Phone: (509) 251-4814
http://www.wizbangdesigns.com <http://www.wizbangdesigns.com/>


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2003\12\10@124746 by Tom Deutschman

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Found this statement on the Norland Products site:
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Ultraviolet light is commonly divided into two regions. Short wave UV in
the 190 to 320 nanometer range and long wave UV in the 320 to 400
nanometer range. The short wave UV is considered the most dangerous
because it can easily damage the eye and can cause sun burn. No short
wave UV light is emitted by any of the Norland UV light sources.

Long wave UV is considered relatively safe. There have been studies that
show that high intensity long wave UV and bright visible light up to 500
nanometers can cause damage to the eyes with prolonged exposure. Because
Norland UV Adhesives cure so quickly, our UV lights are low to medium
intensity and are extremely safe to use with minimal precautions. Do not
stare directly at the light and wear UV blocking eye protection.
Indirect light from these units is considered relatively harmless.
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Ended up buying (6) F15T8BL @ $5 ea and fixtures.

Thanks,

Tom Deutschman

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