UV board is a new type of building board. Through ultraviolet curing technology, the color is brighter, more beautiful, wear-resistant, green and more durable. The origin of UV panels can be traced back to the 1980s. In this article, we will explore the development history and application field changes of UV sheets.
In the 1980s, with the development of science and technology, UV curing technology attracted widespread attention. On the basis of this new technology, people have developed a new type of sheet – UV sheet. As an emerging material, UV board has bright colors, flat surface, waterproof, wear-resistant, durable, and environmentally friendly. Therefore, the UV board has been quickly recognized and sold in the market.
In the early 1990s, with the development of my country’s market economy, the architectural decoration industry has become one of the main applications of UV panels. There are many types of applications for UV panels in architectural decoration. For example: homes, hotels, medical institutions, schools, shopping malls, exhibition halls and office spaces, etc. In addition, UV board is also widely used in packaging, mold manufacturing and printing and other fields.
Since the 2010s, with the continuous improvement of production technology and the continuous expansion of the application range of UV panels, UV panels have been more and more widely used. The function and performance of UV boards have been continuously improved and updated, and UV boards have become the darling and fashion favorite in the construction and decoration industries. With the production and application of a large number of UV panels, people have higher requirements for the safety and environmental protection of this new type of panel. In terms of production, UV panels have begun to be made of environmentally friendly materials that do not contain VOC (volatile organic compounds) and other harmful substances; in terms of application, the decorative effect of UV panels is more fashionable, and the choice of surface patterns is more diverse.
UV board is a high-end, environmentally friendly and beautiful new type of board, which is widely used in architectural decoration, printing, mold manufacturing and packaging. UV panels need to pay attention to some matters during use to ensure their quality and safety. The following are the precautions that need to be paid attention to during the use of UV boards.
The ambient humidity of the UV board should be controlled at 10%-70%, and the ambient temperature should be maintained above 20°C. If the temperature is too low or the humidity is too high, it may affect the surface finish, gloss and color of the board, resulting in unstable quality.
The surface of the UV sheet may be physically damaged by friction, scratches or collisions. In order to avoid this situation, care should be taken during use and handling to reduce the collision and friction of the board as much as possible. If the board is physically damaged, it can be repaired using adhesive patches or other repair methods.
UV panels usually have excellent waterproof performance, and can still maintain stability and beauty in wet and rainy environments. However, in the process of installation and use, it is still necessary to pay attention to prevent moisture from penetrating into the interior of the board, and avoid problems such as blisters, cracks and deformation of the UV board. Especially when the UV board is in contact with water, it should be wiped dry in time and ventilated to dry it to prevent the board from getting damp.
Processing And Application
During the processing of UV boards, corresponding tools and methods need to be used to ensure that the surface of the board is smooth, flat and flawless. The edge of the UV board should be handled carefully to prevent the problem of edge cracking and affect the overall appearance of the board. When installing the UV board, it should be ensured that the decorative pattern and the overall effect are consistent, complete and beautiful.
During the use of UV boards, there are some other precautions. For example: the board should not be exposed to sunlight and high temperature for a long time; if necessary, UV board edge banding or other materials should be used for edge sealing to avoid cracking or damage. During the use of UV panels, it is also necessary to avoid prolonged contact with irritating odors, toxic gases, food, chemicals and other substances.
In short, with the advancement of technology and the expansion of application fields, UV boards have been widely used in architectural decoration, printing, mold manufacturing and packaging. In the future, with the accelerated advancement of trends such as intelligence, environmental protection and personalization, the application prospects of UV panels will be broader. Perhaps in the future, UV panels will have better performance and wider application fields.