- Read and follow all instructions.
- Do not attempt to open the door during a post-cure cycle.
- Keep cables organized at the back of the UVCA 3000 to prevent tripping.
- Do not attempt to access, service, or adjust the internal curing unit components.
- Do not use this equipment in a manner that is not specified by the manufacturer.
- Wearing contact lenses when working with materials is not recommended.
- Always wear chemical-resistant gloves when handling partially cured parts. Recommended gloves are 100% Nitrile. Do not wear latex gloves.
- Always work in a well-ventilated area when using materials. Avoid breathing vapors.
- Avoid getting material on your skin. If you get material on your skin, first rinse all of the material off the area with cold water only. After thoroughly rinsing your skin, wash the area with soap and COLD water.
Important: Do not use hot water or solvents to clean your skin as it will result in absorption through the skin.
During operation, the bulbs emit UV light in the 350 nm to 400 nm range. The bulbs are intended to cure materials used in the following industries: Aerospace, Entertainment, Automotive, Dental, Hearing Aid, Consumer Goods, Education, Medical Devices, Manufacturing, and Orthodontic.
In normal operation, the UV light is completely confined and the user is not exposed to potentially harmful UV light. The bulbs are immediately switched off when the access door is open.
Ultraviolet fluorescent bulbs are not classified in a specific hazard class; however, the energy they emit is still potentially dangerous. Because the output spectrum of the fluorescent bulbs ranges from approximately 300 nm to 480 nm, these bulbs should only be operated inside the UVCA 3000 with the interlocks functioning.