Industries around the world use our high-quality medium pressure ultraviolet (MPUV) lamps for a multitude of curing applications.

Medium pressure UV curing uses UVA light in the wavelength range of 367nm to 400nm. These wavelengths are exceedingly efficient in curing UV-light activated inks, bonds, adhesives, and finishes (lacquers, glazes and varnishes). Compared to heat curing, UV light curing has fewer maintenance costs and does not produce noxious fumes; no expensive exhaust systems are required.

MPUV lamps are suitable for high-speed press runs, where a higher intensity of UV light is needed due to shorter exposure times.  Able to operate with more power, this lamp type can produce high currents for a greater UV output. For example, a 36-inch lamp can produce between 100 to 700 watts per inch, with a total wattage of 3,600 to 25,200.

In addition to offering standard solutions, our engineers can design and develop a system to meet the highly-customized specifications of our OEM clients.

Medium Pressure UV Curing Application Variety:

  • Adhesive bonding
  • Coatings
  • Decorative adhesive transfers
  • Engraving and plating resist
  • General electronics
  • Inks, varnishes, lacquers
  • Decorative glazes
  • Laboratories/R&D
  • Medical
  • Metal decorations
  • Packaging
  • Plastic container
  • Printed circuit boards
  • Printing (label printing, graphic arts)
  • Resistors, capacitors
  • Semiconductors
  • Sheet decorating


Interested in learning more about MPUV lamps and UV curing applications? Go ahead and browse through our large MPUV education and FAQ section.