What Can You Do with Electron Beam?

Food packaging and flooring, shrink-wrap and sterilization, cold seal adhesives and so much more – electron beam (EB) is a versatile technology used in...
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Food Packaging-Compliant Inks and Set-Off Migration

By Julie Cross and Marina Santos, Domino Printing Sciences Abstract The challenges associated with migration when working with low-viscosity inkjet systems for food packaging applications are...

Shining a Light on UV-Cured Decoration Capabilities

By Lara Copeland, contributing writer, UV+EB Technology Gold Leaf Print & Packaging is a premier cannabis printing company located in Pelham, Alabama, that specializes in...

Reactive Diluents to Overcome Challenges in UV-Curable Inkjet Inks and Coatings Applications

By Nikolas Kaprinidis, Simon Werrel, Elmar Kessenich and Giovanni D’Andola, BASF Abstract Solving the challenges facing UV-/EB-curable applications – such as regulatory pressure for favorable toxicological...

Regulatory News: 2020 Quarter 3

UV+EB Technology US EPA to Begin Unilateral New Chemical Restriction The US Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) is preparing to issue a “unilateral” restriction on new...

Regulatory News

US EPA Releases Final Amendments on CDR Rule, Extends Reporting Period On March 17, 2020, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the availability...

Association News

UV+EB Technology RadTech Consultant Offers Assistance to Members As many businesses and academics began working to assist those on the “front lines” in combatting COVID-19, Marcy...
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I’m With the Band

Sy Syms, from Syms Clothing, ran commercials from 1974 through 2011 with the slogan: “An educated consumer is our best customer.” This column uses...
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Attainable Sustainable: Using Electron Beam Technology in Compostable Flexible Packaging

By Sage M. Schissel, PCT Ebeam and Integration, LLC Editor’s Note: In addition, the test results are ongoing for this study. An update will be...

Comparison of UV- and EB-initiated Polymerizations Based on Equivalent Radical Concentration

By Nicole L. K. Thiher, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Department, University of Iowa; Erin Peters, Rockridge High School; Sage M. Schissel,  PCT Ebeam and Integration,...
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