GAITHERSBURG, MD, April 12, 2010 - Fusion UV Systems, Inc. announced today that it would feature new and potential applications of its leading UV curing technology. This is a departure from earlier RadTech conferences in which it had been demonstrating UV curing equipment to current and potential customers. The shift in emphasis reflects not only the growing interest in how UV curing can solve complex problems in existing markets, but also new applications in emerging markets. This change supports the emphasis RadTech has placed on encouraging manufacturers with potential UV applications to attend the conference at no cost, in order to broaden the awareness and potential of UV curing. The announcement was made by David Harbourne, President of Fusion UV Systems.
In making the announcement, David Harbourne said "Fusion is the leading supplier of industrially robust microwave-powered UV lamp systems. Fusion has been fulfilling the needs of customers for fully engineered industrial UV curing process solutions for over three decades. During that time Fusion changed from being the pioneer in the development of its first photon delivery system to being the global leader in fully integrated UV curing systems. The net effect of this shift in emphasis at RadTech 2010 is that anyone with even the slightest interest in learning about the potential use of UV in their application will receive the full and undivided attention of Fusion personnel at RadTech."
Harbourne added "Fusion's customized process solutions, and our extensive process, formulations and applications experience has enabled our development of new UV curing processes. These have been utilized in the development of many successful customer conversions from conventional thermal processing to more environmentally proactive, energy efficient and cost saving UV curing processes. As a result, industrial manufacturers around the world have made Fusion UV Systems their UV systems supplier of choice".
Fusion UV Systems, Inc., a member company of Spectris plc, Surrey, England, a leading worldwide supplier of ultraviolet curing systems and UV-based process solutions. The Company's UV curing systems are used in manufacturing, printing and coating applications in a broad cross-section of industries with over 35,000 installations worldwide. The Company is headquartered in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Offices are located throughout the United States, Europe, Japan and China with distributors covering 17 other countries throughout the world.
For more information visit the Web site at www.fusionuv.com