Industrial UV Curing is a process that uses light in the ultraviolet spectrum
to cure an ink, coating, adhesive, or some other wet chemistry.
These chemistries contain photo-initiator compounds that react to the light by releasing free radicals.
These free radicals then kick off a reaction called polymerization in which free-floating monomer molecules form chains. The end result is a strong, fully cured and dry network of highly cross-linked chains.