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Integration Technology Ltd
wins Product Development Award at 2013 Printed Electronics Asia
ITL business development manager, Yasushi Katsuta (right) accepts the
Product Development Award at this month's Printed Electronics Asia show
Tokyo, Japan; July 25 2013
New product launches for 2013 from Integration Technology Ltd (ITL) have
won the UK-based UV curing pioneer the Product Development Award at this
year's Printed Electronics Asia show and conference.
The British-based developer's growing portfolio caught the eye of judges at
the July 8-11th event held in Tokyo where the company's local office showed
a range of new and ground-breaking semi conductor powered UV light sources
as well as contributing a well-received presentation on the maturing role of
UV curing in printed electronics applications.
ITL Japan business development manager Yasushi Katsuta cited this years'
event ‘a huge success'.
"A good turnout of industry professionals was rewarded by a diversity of
products and presentations," he related.
"We saw applications covering OLED, OTFT, photovoltaic, and conductive
materials both in development stage and commercial production with core
focus on eco-solutions and low temperature curing."
Yasushi's presentation revealed trending to growing applications in the
sector; adoption of a wider range of materials; and the growing share
attained by UV LED solutions by virtue of added flexibility, lower
footprint, greater accuracy of cure, as well as environmental benefits.
Commenting on ITL's Product Development Award win, he added:
"In the face of strong local sector competition, winning this award was a
special honour for ITL Tokyo, our UK research and development team, and
indeed for all ITL international offices."
2013 has been marked by a steady series of product launches by ITL, many
showcased at June's FESPA event in London where visitors were introduced to
the all new LEDZero Solidcure 2, the latest UV LED curing unit drawing on
the company's 10 years of experience in developing semi conductor light
Solidcure 2 offers class-leading dose and linearity of output surpassing
other water cooled units of this type in the world. Slim and ultra compact,
this water-cooled system has a standard output power of 12W/cm² @ 395nm with
alternative wavelengths such as 365nm, 385nm and 405nm available as options.
Fully scalable in both length and width, the LEDZero Solidcure 2 can be
tailored to meet extremely specific UV LED requirements on a wide range of
applications, including high speed inkjet printing, high speed roll to roll
flexographic and offset printing; screen printing; converting; and a wide
range of other industrial applications.
Specification benefits include field-replaceable modules offering even
further extended service life; driver electronics fully integrated within
the lamp head; switch mode power supply unit for world-wide compatibility.
Also available in a HD version offering twice the dose of the standard
model, the ground-breaking LEDZero Solidcure 2 is commercially-available
from July (2013).
FESPA London also hosted a live application of ITL's new SubZero LED system.
While designed for wide format graphics platforms, ITL demonstrated the
system's high cure capability being equally at home in a single pass high
This revolutionary new air-cooled curing solution has a compact footprint
and all the proven features and benefits of the established SubZero arc
system range making for an easy conversion to UV LED technology for any
platform currently using the world leading SubZero.
The SubZero arc program has also been enhanced with the launch of two new
models on show for the first time with an added cure length in the new
SubZero 220 and new high power version of the very popular SubZero 170 model
producing 50% more output power than the standard.
Also on show - and again new for 2013 - ITL's super compact MZero LED
utilized all of the proven features and benefits of its sister arc product
and incorporated them into an LED alternative enhanced by extra
functionalities such as instant on/off, variable power and low temperature
operation and a plug and play feature to the lamp head design enabling
simple machine integration or field installation.
Ideally suited to digital inkjet applications such as small plotters, 3D
product printers or marking and encoding applications, the MZero LED is also
equally at home curing inks, coating or sealants in a variety of other
Printed Electronics Asia and FESPA follow a series of industry events
featuring ITL showcases including IMI, LopeC and marketing partner IST-Metz's
UV DAYS event in Nuertingen, Germany in June.
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