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For curing adhesive
On 2018-04-20 14:53:18
There is a sense of security because the appearance is made strong. It is unclear as to what extent the intensity of the light actually is because there is no measuring instrument, but I think that it is a level that is not problematic for curing adhesives
During machine maintenance
On 2017-01-15 02:22:13
Contact is bad. Is not it because there is painting to the threaded part? Because I use it with a feeling, I feel stress. I am sorry to think that it is very disappointing for the price and it is very convenient if you feel good.
In air conditioning leakage test
On 2016-10-16 18:39:34
The ultraviolet light intensity is weak, and there is a feeling that I can not rely on a bit. Because it is a cheap one among ultraviolet lights, consider that it is suitable for a price if you think that it is the minimum usable level.
UV resin preparation & painting work for hobby
On 2016-03-20 20:46:02
I bought it for curing 100 UV resin. It will cure properly. I do not know how long the hobby will last so I made it a flashlight type so that it is easy to use for curing paint at work. Since it looks exactly like the ordinary flashlight you have, you have to be careful (haha) It seems that it's okay because the seal of "prohibiting direct ultraviolet radiation" is tightly stretched. So far for hobbies & work, there is nothing wrong.
Light leak investigating fluorescent agent. M
On 2016-02-26 17:38:38
The detergent shone and it was usable.
Used for hardening UV curable resin
On 2015-04-16 18:34:13
I am a car shop. We will repair scratches and cracks by stepping stone etc of windshield. Pour resin into scratches and cracks, cure it by applying ultraviolet rays, but it was easy to carry and was looking for things that can be used with dry batteries. Although I bought it in one or eight, it cures so quickly that it does not compare with the fluorescent tube type I used before. Moreover, it is small and lightweight, it is convenient to carry and great help. I should have noticed this earlier.