RadTech, the non-profit trade association for UV and EB technologies, has introduced the Applications Support Committee to support efforts to address new market opportunities.
RadTech stated that the use of UV and EB processes continues to grow and new applications arise, with traditional manufacturing firms customizing their equipment for these fast-emerging technologies. Crucial product and service providers in areas such as fluid delivery, robotics, application equipment, conveyance, controls, testing, inspection, systems integration, and health and safety are increasingly finding their customers moving to UV and EB platforms, it added.
Mike Bonner, Saint Clair Systems vice president and RadTech board member, said: ‘The depth and breadth of UV and EB technical information, and the networking and partnership opportunities provided by RadTech, are instrumental in the growth of this technology and vital to a wide array of manufacturing equipment and service providers.
‘There are many firms like mine that find their customers are either adopting, investigating, or have expressed an interest in UV and EB technologies, and our goal is to create a resource for them at RadTech.’