Radtech 2024

EFSEN speaks at RadTech Orlando 2024 Conference

RadTech announces its biennial conference and exhibition dedicated to UV/EB technology. 

With more than 100 presentations, the latest innovations in UV LEDs, 3D printing materials, printing and packaging, coatings, formulations and more will be featured. The expo and conference, the world’s largest UV/EB industry event, also will include more than 80 exhibitors demonstrating the application of this exciting technology.

EFSEN UV & EB TECHNOLOGY will be a part of RadTech Orlando 2024. The Conference & Exhibition will take place on May 20-22, 2024 at the Hyatt Regency Orlando in Orlando, Florida, USA

Where to meet us

Monday, May 20, 2024  // 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM // 1B: Measurement & Analytical

Inline dose control of Hotmelt applications

Consistently maintaining the required curing parameters is critical for any curing process. While this has traditionally been done manually utilizing radiometers, automatization has long been in high demand. This paper highlights the new developments for inline monitoring of UV and UV-LED sources, untilizing ICAD sensor technology to now not only monitor the dose and peak, but also featuring a closed loop feedback system, ensuring that the UV source meets the output requirements at all times.
Thomas Efsen
Thomas Efsen
Managing Director

Wednesday, May 22, 2024  // 2:00 PM – 04:00 PM // 10B: Composites

Using a UV curing composite process to create styrofoam moulds for casting concrete stairs

Casting concrete is an important process in the building industry to efficiently produce structural elements for various purposes. Casting of stairs is notoriously demanding, as the complex shape requires elaborate moulds. ODICO, a Danish robotics company has developed a new fast process using Styrofoam as the main material, to replace traditional expensive wooden moulds. The inexpensive Styrofoam is cut to shape by a robot arm, after which a composite layer is created with UV putty and glass fibre to improve the structural integrity of the mould and give it a smooth, strong finish, with good release properties. This paper will look into how UV curing plays a crucial role in this innovative process.
David Ivarsson
David Ivarsson
Application and Process engineer

If you are unable to attend or want to hear more about our presentations, please contact Thomas Efsen or David Ivarsson.

Read more about the show here.