UV curing lamp manufacturer Alpha-Cure seeks distributors in Canada

Portion of Alpha-Cure UV Lamp.
Alpha-Cure UV Lamp.

Leading UK-based UV curing lamp manufacturer Alpha-Cure is looking for partners in the Canadian printing consumables market. If you sell printing consumables such as inks, varnishes, plates, blankets and anilox rollers, Alpha-Cure would like to talk to you about adding its UV curing lamps to your product portfolio. The company was established in the United Kingdom in 1996 and over the past 21 years has grown to become one of the world’s leading manufacturers of medium-pressure UV curing lamps, “trusted by OEMs and end users around the globe.” A cross-reference of over 14,000 lamp specifications and the ability to create bespoke lamp designs “ensures the company can provide replacement lamps for virtually any printing system.”

Ross Hayward.
Ross Hayward.

The OEM also added that every lamp is hand-made from the highest quality raw materials to an exacting production processes to deliver a product that will give users “the best print cure every time.” The company also supplies UV system accessories such as reflectors, quartz plates and cooling tubes, as well as an array of UV testing and monitoring tools. In order to effectively provide the best possible customer service and expedited delivery to customers around the world, Alpha-Cure utilizes a growing network of distributors and dealers. This network gets technical, sales and marketing support to ensure that they’re well equipped to sell the company’s UV curing lamps. Partners also get periodic visits from the Alpha-Cure team, as well as marketing materials for industry tradeshows. Alpha-Cure’s International Sales Manager Ross Hayward is keen to hear from companies in Canada who sell printing consumables. If you’d like to find out more about becoming an Alpha-Cure representative, please e-mail ross.hayward@alpha-cure.com or call +44 (0)1327 263900. To find out more about Alpha Cure’s UV lamps and accessories, please visit www.alpha-cure.com.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.