Eminence UV, LLC is an industry leading authority on UV curing equipment including arc, microwave, and UV LED as well as applications where these curing systems are used. The company exists to provide UV curing services and guidance to converters, manufacturers, OEMs, and others in the supply chain looking for experienced and unbiased technical assistance that is often not provided by component suppliers or is sometimes beyond the scope of industrial integrators. Let Eminence UV assist in your decision-making process, shortcut your development timeline, and help you navigate the challenges associated with new UV curing purchases and retrofits.
Eminence UV works closely with all aspects of the supply chain and across a wide range of graphic and industrial markets. We can provide guidance regardless of where you are in your understanding of the technology or purchasing decision. We can also assist in application development in the lab and on actual production equipment. We can provide the missing elements that bridge UV equipment manufacturers, raw material suppliers and formulators, equipment OEMs, ancillary component suppliers, and your production, procurement, and development teams.
Whether you are looking for a brief phone consultation, a more involved UV training session, or deeper project engagement, please reach out to us to see how we can assist.
Jennifer Heathcote has been in the UV equipment and applications business since 1998. She is a founding member of Eminence UV where she serves as a technical and commercial consulting advisor. She has also served as an executive board member for RadTech North America. Throughout her various roles in the UV industry, which have included applications engineering, sales, business development, and general management, Jennifer has proven herself to be a leading authority on conventional UV systems and UV LED technology as well as their use across a broad range of graphic and industrial curing applications. She regularly presents at industry conferences and events, has authored nearly two dozen articles on the subject of UV curing, and in 2012, co-authored The UV LED Handbook. Jennifer earned her Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University and her MBA from the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University.