Alpha-Cure Ltd

Great Central Way, Daventry,Northamptonshire, NN11 3PZ

United Kingdom


Australia, China, France, Germany


Call44 (0) 1327 263 900


Machinery, Sustainability, Recyclable


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Alpha-Cure Ltd

Established in Great Britain in 1996 Alpha-Cure is a specialist manufacturer of ultraviolet (UV) curing and metal halide lamps, committed to delivering industry advancements in UV lamp design and technology, in partnership with leading UV system and machine manufacturers throughout the world.

The partners boast over 140 years of technical expertise within the UV lamp manufacturing industry. We understand the necessity for a premium product required in the printing, bonding and coating industries, as such our dedicated R&D departments in both the UK and China continuously innovate, introducing new and improved products to our extensive portfolio of over 10,000 UV lamp types.

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