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Phoseon Technology Breaks New Ground With 20W/cm2 UV LED Output

Ideal for Applications Requiring the Highest Peak Intensity

HILLSBORO, OR -- (Marketwired) -- 04/28/14 -- Phoseon Technology today announced that the FirePower™ Family of UV LED curing products is now available with even higher peak intensity. The FirePower products are high performance water-cooled LED curing lamps offering 12W/cm², 16W/cm2, and now 20W/cm2 peak irradiance. These products offer advanced capability for new applications in flexographic and wide-format digital printing while also allowing system builders to increase their speed in other applications.

The FirePower product family is available in four curing length options; 150x20mm, 225x20mm,300x20mm, and 350x20mm.

FirePower 225x20mm

While bringing the three-tiered benefits of UV LED curing (economic savings, environmentally friendly, and new systems capability), Phoseon's products add additional capability with high performance, maximum UV energy, and outstanding reliability for customers' tough curing environments.

About Phoseon Technology
Phoseon Technology is the world leader in providing UV LED solutions for commercial and industrial applications. Phoseon's products deliver maximum UV energy, high performance, and real-world reliability for UV LED curing of inks, coatings and adhesives. The Company provides worldwide sales and support capabilities and can be reached at www.phoseon.com.

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CONTACT:
Stacy Hoge
Phoseon Technology
503-619-2326
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