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The RXP exposure line has existed for 15 years. Now, for the first time, the RXP will have exposure units using LED technology.
What will LED bulbs do for an exposure unit? So many good things. First off, the LED bulbs in this exposure unit were designed specifically for exposing screens. The bulbs produce an optimal UV wavelength (which works for both dual cure and photopolymer emulsions). Having optimal UV wavelengths mean you're able to expose your screens faster and produce better detail.
LED bulbs last way longer than a halogen bulb, which saves you money since you won't have to replace the bulbs as often. Plus, LED bulbs are better for the environment since 95% of their energy is used for light, and only 5% is wasted, according to Solar Electric Power Company. Better for you and better for the environment, can't argue with that! If you're looking for more options, the X-Vactor also utilizes LED technology.
To add to all the other great benefits of the unit, its tempered glass is clear, which lets more than 99% of the UV light through, creating no disruptions to the wavelength. No disturbances to the light means you'll have higher quality, burned screens.
Since shops come in all shapes and sizes, the RXP LED comes in two sizes – 20"x24" and 25"x36". Both sizes have a thick, aluminum compression lid and foam pad so you can have the most effective, quick on-contact exposure. The RXP LED has all the bells and whistles you need, including size options to find the perfect fit for your shop. Watch this video to see it in action.
If you take anything away from this blog, take this: the new RXP LED Exposure Unit will produce professional results at entry-level pricing.