At Phoseon, we are fully committed to the wellbeing of the environment. We continuously work to reduce the environmental impact of the products that we manufacture. Phoseon LED solutions offer consistent and reliable power output, eliminate greenhouse gases, and remove mercury from an entire category of industrial processes. Phoseon started the LED revolution for UV curing in 2002 and its products have collectively saved millions of pounds of CO2 emissions since inception. Allow us to contribute to your corporate sustainability objectives TODAY!Learn More
LED is the only sustainable choice for UV curing.
Phoseon Technology pioneered the use of LED technology for UV light curing in industrial applications, offering equipment manufacturers a high performance curing technology that also saves significant energy and related greenhouse gases and eliminates dangerous mercury and ozone from the UV curing process. These UV LED products offer significant environmental improvements to the incumbent mercury-based products.Learn More
UV LED lamps generate no ozone and offer the promise of eliminating toxic mercury in an entire category of industrial processes. With UV LED lamps, there is no need for fume extraction units to remove the harmful gases and Ozone generated by mercury-vapor UV lamps.Learn More
UV LED lamps offer better than 50% lower CO2 emissions. Studies have shown that in certain applications, replacing mercury lamps with UV LED lamps can lead to 67 tons of CO2 reduction per year.
“By removing our mercury stations and upgrading them with 13 Phoseon LED lamps on our flexographic press, we reduced over 67 Tons of CO2 per year.”
Conventional mercury lamps need to be replaced every 1000-2,500 hours. Upgrading to UV LED technology eliminates these replacement costs offering significant environmental benefits with the elimination of mercury.Learn More
Why Recycle Internally?
Phoseon Technology considers recycling an important aspect of responsible stewardship to our environment. A comprehensive recycling program is in effect at Phoseon, providing recycling opportunities for materials and scrap left behind from reliability engineering and manufacturing processes.
What is Recycled? Most of the recyclable material is electronics waste and scrap, as well as other materials including: