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Phoseon Technology Selected as Finalist for 2010 TechAmerica Oregon Technology Awards
Date:4/13/2010

ucts and technology. Many of Phoseon’s customers such as Agfa Graphics and Stork Prints are providing print systems to their end customers that have shown evidence of these benefits.

While consumers may not be familiar with industrial UV curing, they are surrounded by the resulting products. “Type on a keyboard, reach for a cereal box, use your credit card, read a magazine – all these objects have printing on them, and the print needs to be cured in order to be durable,” said Bill Cortelyou, CEO & President of Phoseon Technology. “There is significant opportunity for Phoseon to provide higher performing options for customers and to green the supply chain by making curing more energy efficient, reducing carbon emissions and eliminating mercury from a whole array of industrial processes.”

When founded in 2002 Phoseon was a true pioneer in offering a mercury-free curing process. The company developed its core SLM technology and led the drive for manufacturers to see and understand the benefits of transitioning to LED technology. At that time, LED technology was not seen as a viable alternative and UV curing and drying processes were dominated by mercury arc and mercury microwave lamps. Now other companies in the UV curing systems space are following Phoseon’s lead to make that transition a reality.   

“We’re proud that our technology is spurring changes throughout the marketplace, and we’re proud to be recognized as a finalist in the TechAmerica Oregon Technology Awards” Cortelyou said. “We’ll continue to drive the market by continuing to be the leader in technology innovation and product quality and value.”

Phoseon’s headquarters in Hillsboro, OR is the global center of Phoseon’s engineering, manufacturing and other corporate functions and support direct sales offices based in the UK, USA and Hong Kong as well as
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