Technilamp supplies a range of products such as metal halide lamps, UV curing lamps, ultra violet lamps, metal halide lamps and reprographic lamps. The range of lamps can be used in printing, reprographics UV sterilization and photochemical equipment. Technilamp products are used in UV drying & UV curing as well as in photo luminescent and other UV related applications.
Technilamp is able to offer the widest range of original as well as replacement UV curing lamps for all types of systems.
At Technilamp we pride ourselves on the quality and performance of our product. Each lamp is individually handmade, inspected and tested before being shipped and contains our own unique serial number offering complete traceability
Technilamp is able to offer lamps for ALL reprographic equipment available on the market from 400 watts upwards.
Metal halide lamps are increasingly used in the Printing Industry and in a wide variety of industrial applications i.e. the production of CD’s/DVD’s, wood products, and printed circuit boards.
The metal halide lamp is constructed from a quartz envelope containing mercury with metal halide additives that create specific wavelengths of ultraviolet radiation. The addition of metal halides creates a shift in the spectral output, producing longer wavelengths enabling a greater depth of cure.
We are Alpha Cure's dedicated distributor in South Africa.
Please check below for the uses of UV lamps:
Adhesives & Product Assembly
Digital Ink Jet Printing
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