|Usage||Paint Pigment, Ink Pigment, Plastic & Rubber Pigment, Resin, Coating Pigment, Ceramic Pigment, Cosmetic Pigment|
|Type||Made from rare earth phosphorescent pigments|
|Appearance color||Yellowish, Green, Blue, Pink, Yellow, Orange etc|
|Glow color||Yellow-green, Blue-green, Green, Blue, Orange-red, Pink, Yellow-orange|
|Heat resistance||-40℃~ +1100℃|
|Application||Screen Printing , Brush Paint, Roller Paint, Spraying Paint, Plastic Dip, Silicone Rubber, Textile Tying, Toys, Arts, Safety Signs.|
|Norm Matched||RoHs, ISO9001, PSPA, IMO, ASTM, APTA, JIS Z9107|
Q1 - What makes your material glow? Is it safe? Is it radioactive? Is it toxic?
A1 - The material absorbs and store light energy then emit light in the dark.
The material is free of radiation, non-toxic. And YES, it is safe for humans and the environment.
Q2 - How long your pigment can glow?
A2 - Depends on what we define "glow." Under norm DIN67510 part 1, the brightness that is higher than 0.32mcd/m2 (which is 100times of a threshold of human eyes' sensibility to light) is defined as "glow."
Under norm DIN67510, the pigments glow more than 20hours; some items even glow for weeks.
Q3 - How bright of your pigment?
A3 - The glow brightness of pigments is different from each other. Generally speaking, the larger pigment particle size, the brighter; Color-dyed glow pigments will lose some brightness, the darker, the lower of brightness. Taking TPY-6C as an example, in a closed dark room, use a D5 x H8cm glass tube to containing the pigment. At 10cm distance, by the pigment's light, 12# Times New Roman characters are readable for about 2hours; At a 3meters distance, the pigment is visible for 12+hours.
Q4 - How to use your photoluminescent pigment?
A4 - You may browse our using guidelines published on webpage FAQ.
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