Microwave UV system

Heraeus microwave powered UV systems consist of two easy-to-service, modular design components.
The microwave powered UV lamp and its high-voltage power pack.
The systems are available in the sizes 167 mm and 267 mm and, due to modular extension capability, can provide any radiation exposure width required in a process. In the case of variable process widths, modules that are not required can be switched off which results in reduced process costs.
The core of the microwave powered lamp system is the electrodeless lamp bulb which features an exceptionally long service life without aging effects.
Lamp bulbs are available with different emission spectrums to optimally adjust the lamp system to the chemistry to be cured.

Advantages of the microwave powered UV system:

  • Highest intensities at the substrate for high production speeds and process reliability during curing
  • System solution for retrofitting to existing plants
  • Fast switch-on and switch-off without impact on service life
  • Guaranteed lamp bulb life of 6,000 to 8,000 hours of operation

LightHammer® 6 MARK II

Light Hammer 6 system
  • Lamp bulb length: 15 cm
  • Power class: 200 W/cm
  • Power setting: Variable (35% to 100%), fast on/off cycles
  • Device footprint (W x L): 168 x 168 mm

F300 series

F 300 Serie
  • Lamp bulb length: 15 cm
  • Power class: 120 W/cm
  • Power setting: Opt. fast restarting
  • Device footprint (W x L): 208 x 168 mm

LightHammer® 10 Mark III

Light Hammer 10 Mark II system
  • Lamp bulb length: 25 cm
  • Power class: 236 W/cm
  • Power setting: Variable (35% to 100%), fast restarting
  • Device footprint: W: 419mm, L: 777mm, H: 217mm (with the connector included)

F600 series

F600 serie
  • Lamp bulb length: 25 cm
  • Power class: 240 W/cm
  • Power setting: Two settings (160/240 W/cm)
  • Device footprint (W x L): 206 x 267 mm

UV curing systems for optical fibre, cable and wire

F10T2 Light Shield

These UV curing systems are used for curing photoresponsive coatings, coloring inks, and ribbon matrix polymers in the production of optical fiber and cable.

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