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Polymers are typically supplied in granular forms and require further processing to turn them into useful items. There are several processes that can be used to do this including pressing, rolling, extrusion and molding (including injection molding and rotational molding)
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The LTP-350 MicroPress is a miniature thermal pneumatic press developed for curing of SMC, BMC, epoxies, polyesters, polystyrenes, polyurethanes, silicones, laminates and other polymeric materials.
Designed with a unique combination of high output LEDs and custom optics, these air-cooled UV LED lamp systems provide high irradiance at flexible working distances, enabling manufacturers to achieve outstanding productivity, with reduced running costs.
The OmniCure® S2000 spot UV curing lamp system offers the highest level of process control and consistency with real-time Closed-Loop Feedback technology using an integrated optical UV sensor.
Designed with a unique combination of high output LEDs and custom optics, the OmniCure® AC450 and AC475 air-cooled UV LED lamp systems offers high irradiance (>8W/cm2) at flexible working distances, enabling manufacturers to achieve outstanding productivity with reduced running costs.
The OmniCure® S1500 spot UV curing lamp offers automated manufacturers with industry leading control, reliability, and high intensity irradiance in a versatile UV mercury lamp system.
The OmniCure® LX400+ spot curing system used advanced ED technology and has been uniquely designed to reduce assembly bonding costs through faster UV curing rates, higher power efficiency and superior control/monitoring.
The Zwick Aflow extrusion plastometer was developed especially for laboratories with high specimen throughput and therefore features robust design and convenient operation. The instrument supports all common worldwide standards, including ISO 1133 and ASTM D 1238. The Aflow extrusion plastometer is used for the determination of melt mass flow rate (MFR) and melt volume flow rate (MVR).