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UV Curing

Curing usually refers to a process where a finish on an instrument is near instantly hardened by exposure to UV. This is accomplished by using UV cure resins that stay wet until properly exposed, and they finish to a hard sandable finish in just a few minutes.

Curing may also refer to non-ultraviolet finishes, such as the type violin makers use. In this instance, it refers to the drying and oxidation of the linseed (or other oil) finish. The goal isn't a rock hard finish, it is a natural finish and is very different from a UV cure finish for guitars, pool cues or other products.

Curing may also refer to the final preparation stage for cannabis or other herbs whereby the plant is converted from a live material state, to a state that is consumable. Some people do use ultraviolet for this, although most do not.

Solacure Means Quality

Solacure ultraviolet lamps aren't just good, we guarantee they are the best or your money back. We don't use stock parts anywhere in our products. Our glass is a special blend, and more transparent to UVA and UVB. Our 32 watt lamps use 60 watt rated cathodes and are tested at almost 70 watts of power. Almost all our lamps have built in reflectors. All are designed to be overdriven to extra high wattages. We test, and test, and test our lamps.

We stand behind everything we sell and guarantee each will perform exactly to specification, or we will replace them. We don't want your business this week, we want it every week, and we are willing to earn it. There really is a difference in quality when it comes to ultraviolet bulbs, and Solacure tops the list.

Buy with confidence: We like what we do, and we've been doing it for over 30 years.
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