A.W.T. Accu-Cure UV Curing Unit Offers Ultimate in High-Speed Cool Curing & Drying

Screen printing operators can obtain the ultimate in high-speed cool curing from the Accu-Cure™ Ultraviolet Curing & Drying Unit manufactured by A.W.T. World Trade, Inc. Engineered for high-speed curing of vinyls, polyesters, paper, and other substrates, the Accu-Cure Ultraviolet Curing Unit’s computer-designed cooling system minimizes the level of heat transmitted to stock in the curing chamber.

Drawing on more than thirty-five years of experience in UV curing technology, A.W.T. World Trade combines performance control and safety features in the Accu-Cure Ultraviolet Curing Unit. For example, the operator can adjust gate height on the curing head module according to stock thickness and eliminate light leakage. Thanks to variable position wattage selection, the operator also can adjust lamp output to conditions, prolonging life and conserving energy.

In addition, the Accu-Cure Ultraviolet Curing Unit draws upon A.W.T.’s Ozone Removal System to safely vent ozone and hot air out of the working area from the point of origin. Specially designed light guards protect the production operation from UV and visible band light, and absorb lamp heat.

The Accu-Cure comes as one of five packages: (1) a complete conveyorized UV curing system with one or two curing heads, vacuum hold-down and exhaust system; (2) curing heads with light guard assembly; (3) vacuum hold-down retro-fit package; (4) additional conveyer sections by the foot; and (5) conveyor unit with vacuum hold-down. A.W.T. offers the Accu-Cure Curing Unit along with the Accu-Cure Compact UV curing Unit and the Accu-Cure 3-D.

For more information on the complete line of Accu-Cure Units, call 773/777-7100 or visit www.awt-gpi.com/product19.html.


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