RadTech (Chevy Chase, Maryland), a leading U.S. non-profit organization for ultraviolet and electron-beam technologies (UV+EB), has elected Dr. Susan Bailey from Michelman as its President. In addition, Michael Gould from Rahn USA, was nominated as President Elect to assume office in 2023. More new members were also elected to serve a two-year term. They include: Neil Cramer of Sartomer; Jonathan Graunke of INX International; Jennifer Heathcote of GEW; Helen Rallis of Sun Chemical; Jake Staples of Wausau Coated Products, and Dan Theiss of Procter & Gamble.
“The UV+EB community represents a growing number of important technology applications, and we welcome our new board members to help develop these opportunities,” said Dr. Bailey. “Our focus now is working to deliver much needed goods and supplies, including: fast custom labeling, printing and packaging; supporting medical suppliers; and offering additive and electronics manufacturers with unique materials. This work requires targeted networking and the sharing of technical and training information that RadTech helps provide,” she added.
RadTech also thanked board members who had completed their two-year responsibilities at the end of 2020. These included: David Biroof of Sun Chemical; Mike Bonner of Saint Clair Systems; Christopher Seubert of Ford Motor Company; Hui Yang of Procter and Gamble; and Sunny Ye of Facebook. In addition, Eileen Weber of Allnex now moves to the board position of Immediate Past President.
RadTech is a non-profit trade association dedicated to the advancement of UV+EB technologies – providing users with energy savings, lower emissions of harmful substances, enhanced process control, and fast, efficient throughput. UV+EB is used in a wide range of applications – including printing, packaging, wood and building products, electronics, and 3D printing/additive manufacturing. RadTech also serves as an international forum and source of information for individuals and organizations involved in the use of UV+EB, or the supply of equipment, chemicals or other materials.