Product evolution of our unique UV LED plug & play curing solution provides users with enhanced benefits by using Semray® – The One UV LED solution in industrial processes.
The new generation Semray® UV4103 stands out with more power and, due to smart engineering, lighter weight resulting from innovative material combinations. It is now even easier to integrate into complex set-ups, portable machines or onto movable machine parts.
The combination of higher power and lighter weight enables higher production speed, saves energy in the process and enhances productivity. In addition, the curing process speeds up due to a more powerful UV LED solution increasing overall production efficiency.
The new generation is based on the successful Semray® UV LED system that offers the flexibility to combine 75mm segments to cover different curing widths -- from single lamps on moveable set-ups to wide curing widths exceeding 250cm.
“We listened to our customers. We understood their requirements and wishes for a product evolution and implemented those changes accordingly while keeping the flexibility of set-up and integration”, explains Dr. Jasmin Zahn, Head of UV LED Product Management at Heraeus.
A faster and more powerful system with quiet operation and even further enhanced robustness – opening the door for more dynamic processes and new applications.
For more information about the Heraeus Semray® series please visit www.heraeus-noblelight.com/semray.
A globally leading technology group, Heraeus is headquartered in Hanau, Germany. Founded in 1851, it is a family-owned portfolio company which traces its roots back to a pharmacy opened by the family in 1660. Today, Heraeus combines businesses in the environmental, energy, electronics, health, mobility and industrial applications sectors.
In the 2017 financial year, Heraeus generated revenues of €21.8 billion. With approximately 13.000 employees in 40 countries, the FORTUNE Global 500-listed company holds a leading position in its global markets. Heraeus is one of the top 10 family-owned companies in Germany.
With technical expertise, a commitment to excellence, a focus on innovation and entrepreneurial leadership, we are constantly striving to improve our performance. We create high-quality solutions for our clients and strengthen their long-term competitiveness by combining unique material expertise with leadership in technology.
Heraeus Noblelight GmbH with its headquarters in Hanau and with subsidiaries in the USA, Great Britain, France and China is one of the technology- and market-leaders in the production of specialty light sources and systems. In 2017, Heraeus Noblelight employed 762 people worldwide. The organization develops, manufactures and markets infrared and ultraviolet emitters, systems and solutions for applications in industrial manufacture, environmental protection, medicine and cosmetics, research, development and analytical measurement techniques.
For more information contact:
Juliane Henze, Marketing Communications Mgr.
Heraeus Noblelight GmbH
Phone + 49 (0) 6181 / 35 – 85 39
Juliane Henze | Heraeus Noblelight GmbH
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