Cure UV coatings reliably with innovative equipment from Rehm

Applying a protective coating improves the reliability and lifespan of your products. The coating improves your components’surface insulation resistance and protects electronic components from aggressive environmental influences. Rehm has developed an innovative UV dryer for curing all types of UV coating. Depending on the material requirement, the system is available with UV curing lamps with either medium-pressure mercury lamps or UV LED lamps. Thanks to its small and compact design, the system can be adapted to suit any production environment.

UV coatings can be hardened within just a matter of seconds. This shortens processing times, increases production speeds, and combines environmental with economic benefits. In addition, UV coatings also offer qualitative advantages, such as higher gloss levels and improved durability and scratch resistance on a coating surface. It is no wonder that UV coatings are becoming more frequently used in production by the electronics industry. Decreasing coating cycle times now require hardening times to be shorter. This can be achieved through the use of a UV curing system.

Rehm Thermal Systems has responded to this trend by developing the new RDS UV, a small and compact dryer designed specifically for hardening UV coatings and adhesives. UV coatings do not contain any solvents, which means that they are particularly easy to work with and environmentally friendly.

Unique technology advantage

  • Stable process for reliable results
  • Quick hardening within seconds
  • Optimal heat transfer and thermal stability
  • Can be confi gured with different types of light sources
  • Low energy consumption in standby mode
  • Low maintenance

Selective Conformal Coating with UV Dryer

Falling cycle times in the lacquering process necessitate shorter curing times which can be implemented ideally with the help of UV drying systems. UV lacquers permit curing within a matter of just seconds, assure short processing times and increased production rates, and they combine ecological and economic advantages.