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UV coating is a type of surface treatment that uses ultraviolet rays to cure the material. This process helps to protect your product from the harmful effects of UV radiation. It can be applied on a variety of products, including metals and plastics. The benefits of UV coating are numerous. It is an excellent way to enhance the appearance of your products and increase their value.
UV coating also helps to create focal points on packaging. For example, a round-shaped package with a slight embossed UV coating and a matte background creates a sophisticated feel. This coating is particularly effective on monochrome pieces as well as bright colours. Moreover, UV coating is not only resistant to smudges, but it also enhances the design of your product.
UV coating is available in different thicknesses and reflectivity levels. There are matte and high-gloss options. It can be applied on the entire product or on a single side. A spot UV coating can be applied to highlight specific design elements. It can also be applied inline, offline, or through a printer.
UV coating also increases the durability of printed materials. It is the most durable coating available and provides the highest level of gloss. In addition, it also provides moisture protection and dimensional stability.
UV Resistant Clear Coat is a special kind of clear topcoat that absorbs ultraviolet light to provide added protection to exterior substrates. It is available in a variety of finishes including satin and gloss. This special kind of finish improves color and gloss retention, as well as protects the substrate from the harsh Florida sun.
UV Resistant Clear Coating offers a high gloss finish that is permanently protected from UV rays. It is also moisture-resistant, non-yellowing, and durable. It can be applied to wood, metal, and plastic surfaces. It dries quickly and is suitable for outdoor and indoor use.
To combat UV light, PPG clearcoat contains chemistry that absorbs it. This chemistry provides a secondary ability to clean up after UV light damages the basecoat. PPG clearcoat is an effective UV-absorbing option, according to Jack Dickens, PPG's head of coatings chemistry.
The NEI UV-Protect technology imparts enhanced protection against UV light and weather while maintaining the unique properties of the coating. These coatings have successfully passed a thousand-hour weatherability test. They are available in liter quantities. They can also be applied by conventional coating processes. UVP coatings are also available with NEI's in-house coating development and application services.
A UV clear coat is a surface coating that is cured by ultraviolet light. This process is used to create a specialized finish for automobiles. This process has many advantages. For one, it is easier to apply, which helps to reduce labor costs. It also offers improved durability. However, there are some drawbacks to UV clear coat technology.
For one thing, UV-absorbing clearcoats are not 100% effective. Some UV still enters the coating and initiates a photo-oxidation reaction. The oxidation process creates free radicals that want to cross-link with the coating, which reduces the flexible properties of the clearcoat.
One of the advantages of UV clear coat is its ability to increase durability and reduce energy use. The coating does not require baking, and the drying time is only 12 minutes. This technology is also eco-friendly, making it ideal for hybrid and electric vehicles. In addition, the UV clear coats do not exceed the temperature of the battery, which makes them compatible with the latest composite materials.