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Light curing of fiberglass resins, putties, fillers and gel coats eliminates the waste of catalyzed materials, and provides extended working time for layup and smoothing surfaces prior to curing. The cure cycle is in complete control, initiated only when light is applied.
While HID sources are usable to deliver the desired cure light, these sources require start up time, and cannot be turned on and off as needed due to long re-strike times. The result is exposure of delicate glass bulbs being run, with their associated heat, which is hazardous in tight project and manufacturing environments.
LEDs offer the advantage of instant on that can be switched off at any time and restarted instantly. LED sources also generate a fraction of the heat of HID sources, and do not rupture if exposed to sudden movements or shock. LEDs also generate only the light energy needed, with no waste light that is not needed for curing.
All Tasca UV cure lights incorporate LEDs a wavelength ideal for activation of most photo-initiators used in commercial resins. Tasca products are constructed to deliver long service life, which includes thermal control components to operate the LEDs at their lowest possible temperature to extend their life.
Tasca Light Cure LED products are Made in the USA by hand, and fully tested prior to shipment to insure each product works perfectly out of the box, and for years of reliable service. We also support all Tasca products with service, rebuilds and repairs to protect our customers investment.
This budget kit provides the necessary components for retrofitting a 500W halogen flood light into an LED cure light. We have made every attempt to make a kit that delivers reasonable performance for those who only do occasional curing, or are not ready to invest in higher performing products right away.
Included in each kit is a 100W LED with wire leads already soldered in place, a thermal slug with the LED mounted, a mounting bracket, driver, driver mounting plate, and acrylic lens (the typical glass lens in low cost floodlights will absorb the UV light from the LED), wire grommets, all necessary fasteners and wire connectors.
What is not included is the floodlight fixture, which many already have on hand, or can purchase from local suppliers for less than $20.
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