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UV PROCESS SUPPLY: Pressure-Sensitive UV Measurement Labels

August 8, 2005
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UV Process Supply, Inc. has announced the introduction of CON-TROL-CURE® New UV Intensity Labels, paper-thin, photochromatic, pressure-sensitive labels that change color upon receiving a UV dose. The New UV Intensity Labels are the next generation of UV Process Supply's best-selling UV Intensity Label. Improvements over the original Intensity Labels include: easier-to-identify color shift; more stable, repeatable and consistent color change; reliable color change enabling comparison to a dose chart representing UV dose in millijoules; and more. The New UV Intensity Labels can be used in all applications where a radiometer is not possible, including web printing, sheet-fed printing, exposure verification of exposed products, 3-D curing and personal UV exposure level testing.

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