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  • Actega WIT and Actega Radcure combine operations

    July 26, 2010
    The merger of the two Altana divisions, which will be called Actega WIT, is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

  • Doming, adhesive

    July 20, 2005
    Doming, adhesive Rad-Cure Fairfield NJ USA The company has introduced black light curable doming compounds that are specifically designed to cure under black light to hard crystal clear polymers. These products cure in air under standard 40 watts…

  • Deep cure doming product

    July 20, 2005
    Deep cure doming product Rad-Cure Fairfield NJ USA VM4SPLV is a non-yellowing, transparent gloss product designed for flat screen, rotary screen or flexo. It will cure at a depth of 3 to 4 mils and is suited for applications requiring a 3-D…

  • Black scratch-off ink

    July 19, 2005
    Black scratch-off ink Rad-Cure Fairfield NJ USA Rad-Krome BS01 is an Aqueous flexo printable black scratch off ink for use on promotional print items. Supplied as a single component, press ready ink, it dries rapidly and has good opacity. The ink…

  • Adhesive

    July 19, 2005
    Adhesive Rad-Cure corporation Fairfield NJ USA Radbond 1021 is a UV curable flexo laminating adhesive used to print treated polypropylene and polyethylene for film-to-film and film-to-paper laminations. It provides high yields combined with cure s…

  • UV scratch-off inks

    July 19, 2005
    UV scratch-off inks Rad-Cure corporation Fairfield, NJ USa Rad-Krome UV scratch-off inks are available for rotary or flat bed screen as well as flexo applications. The single component inks have fast cure response and very good opacity in addition…

  • UV glow in the dark ink

    July 18, 2005
    UV glow in the dark ink Rad-Cure Corporation Fairfield, NJ USA Rad-Glow 10PGXF is a UV curable glow in the dark ink for flexo applications. It is for use on paper and most plastic stocks. Excellent lightfastness combined with a long and br…

  • The Ink Report

    Lisa Nieves || July 8, 2005
    As the industry's technology advances in presses, substrates and converter expertise, inks must also maintain the pace of new development.