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Adhesive tech firm achieves 300 patents

Phoseon Technology, which provides LED-based solutions for printing, coating, and adhesive applications, has been granted its 300th patent.

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Phoseon has obtained 300 patents for its LED-based curing technology

The Oregon-based firm’s most recent patent is its UV LED Fibre Curing System, which ensures high speed curing of optical fibre to deliver uniform and concentrated light for a fast cure, increased output, and simplified process control.

The Fibre Curing System consists of a high intensity UV LED light source specifically matched to its patented Fibre Reflector Unit (FRU) to direct the UV energy uniformly around the circumference of the fibre.

In 2002, Phoseon Technology pioneered the use of LED technology for UV curing applications and has since sold over 90,000 units of LED-based solutions. The firm is leading the conversion to LED in other key markets such as flexographic printing and UV inkjet printing.

This recent grant brings us to a total of 300 patents granted or applied for – I’m proud of the Phoseon team for achieving this

Phoseon’s patents are organised in 54 patent families, covering critical design, process, and other photonic technologies cross all the major markets worldwide.

Commenting on the achievement, Bill Cortelyou, president and chief executive officer of Phoseon Technology says: “Phoseon has built a strong portfolio of patents covering our fiber curing technology.

“This recent grant brings us to a total of 300 patents granted or applied for – I’m proud of the Phoseon team for achieving this.”

Phoesen is also an ISO9001 certified company, demonstrating its ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements.

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