Larson Electronics introduces flexible ultraviolet light system

Larson Electronics announced the addition of the WALCD-4X24LED-UV365 ultraviolet LED light cart to its range of industrial lighting products. Featuring a wide range of positions, this portable UV light stand was principally designed to enable operators to position high intensity UV light on product surfaces for curing coatings and primers.

Featuring four 72 watt 365nm UV LED light heads, the ultra-flexible WALCD-4X24LED-UV365 portable 365nm ultraviolet LED light cart enables operators to position high intensity ultraviolet light on product surfaces to cure a wide variety of coatings. Equipped with wheels and a dolly style frame, the aluminum light stand features a series of flexible arms that operators can use to position each UV LED light head in nearly infinites angles, height and distance from the piece being cured. The UV LED light heads can reach heights of 7 feet or the entire assembly can be collapsed to just over 4.5 feet for easy storage. Designed to be light and portable, the UV light cart is equipped with a 90 amp hour SLA battery that will run the lights, free of any trip hazard cords, for nearly 5 hours of continuous operation on a single charge.

“Our goal with this design was to create a great deal of flexibility in positioning the LED UV light heads so operators could create right intensity of illumination over an area, no matter what the shape of the product being coated,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larson “The WALCD-4X24LED-UV365 Ultraviolet light curing system can be used with vehicle primer applications, tank coatings and aerospace applications. While operators can power the unit from a standard wall outlet, we equipped it with a large battery so it can be moved from spot to spot on the same unit without having to manage cords.”

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