GLOW IN THE DARK PIGMENT – BLUE TO BLUE
Glow in the dark pigment, also known as phosphorescent pigment, is a type of colourant that is able to absorb and store light energy from a light source and then emit it slowly over time in the form of a soft glow. It is commonly used to add a special effect to paints, coatings, plastics, and other materials.
Glow in the dark pigment is made up of tiny particles that contain special phosphorescent compounds. These compounds are designed to absorb and store light energy, usually from natural or artificial light sources. When the light source is removed, the phosphorescent pigment begins to emit the stored energy in the form of a soft glow.
Glow in the dark pigment is available in a range of colours, including green, blue, yellow, pink and more. It can be used to create unique effects on a variety of surfaces, such as walls, clothing, toys, and safety equipment. In addition to decorative purposes, glow in the dark pigment is also used in emergency lighting and safety signage, where it can help to guide people to safety in low-light conditions.
One of the key benefits of glow in the dark pigment is that it does not require electricity or batteries to operate. It is a passive, self-sustaining technology that can provide illumination for several hours after the light source has been removed. However, the brightness and duration of the glow will depend on the amount of light energy the pigment has absorbed and the conditions in which it is used.
It’s important to note that glow in the dark pigment is not a substitute for traditional lighting sources and should be used in combination with other forms of illumination. Additionally, the pigment may lose its glow over time with exposure to light or other environmental factors, so it should be stored and used in a way that minimizes exposure to these factors.
White Coloured pigments will glow for 10+ hours whereas the pigments that show a colour during the day glowing from 4-10 hours
Glow in the Dark Pigments have the following properties:-
Good Hiding Power
Excellent Chemical Resistance
Excellent Light Fastness
Excellent Physical Stability
Glow In The Dark Effect
Glow in the Dark Pigments can be used in the following applications:-
Coatings including Spray Paints and removable Coatings