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Study on Abrasion Resistance of UV Curing System

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UV curing technology, with high efficiency, energy saving, environmental protection and other advantages, has rapidly developed into a new technology in digital imaging area. In order to avoid the printing graphic damaged during the circulation of printing press, the requirement of the rub resistance of UV curing system is higher and higher. Aiming to explore the rub resistance of UV-curable systems, different samples were prepared by changing the types and content of the prepolymer, reactive monomer and anti-abrasion, using the principles of the mass loss method abrasion meter test samples after curing wearable, analyze the effect of the variety and the content of prepolymer, reactive monomer and the type of wear-resistant additives on the rub resistance of UV-curable systems. The best abrasion UV curing system was determined by formulations experimental method. The results show that:The prepolymer and wear-resisting additives have great influence on the abrasion resistance of UV-curable systems. The active monomer, which can improve the rub resistance of the UV contribute to varnish, has certain influence on the UV-curable systems. The result is suitable for all the UV-curable systems, and it will contribute to the improvement of wear resistance of UV curing system.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2013-01-01

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