This product achieves illuminate function by absorbing various visible light, especially for short-wave visible light below 450 nm, it has strong absorption capacity, and can be reused multiple loops. The product does not contain radioactive elements and can be used as an additive to be evenly distributed in various transparent media such as ink, paint, plastic, etc. to realize the light-emitting function of the medium.
- Main body: Rare earth starts sulfide (ZnS; Cu3).
- Appearance: light yellow powder.
- Classification: Short-acting type noctilucent powder.
- Add amount: 1~3%
- The product presents its own appearance in bright places, and emits different colors of light in the dark, showing good low-level emergency lighting, indicator signs and decorative beautification.
- The absorption time is short (about 1 mins, sensitive to the light source, weak light will be excited for a short time), and the illumination time is about 1 hour.
Net weight 1Kg, PVC zipper bag, please seal after use, place in a cool place, stability for about 12 months.
- It is evenly distributed in various transparent media such as ink, paint, plastic, printing paste, ceramics, glass, fiber, etc. to realize the light-emitting function of the medium.
- Various luminescent products that can be made are widely used in various daily necessities, architectural decoration, transportation, military facilities, fire safety and other fields.
- Most of the luminescent pigments are slightly soluble in water, decomposed in water for a long time, and decomposed in acid, so they cannot be applied to water-soluble systems and acidic systems.
- The pigment is specific weight big and should be mixed when using.
- It should be stored in a ventilated and dry environment, pay attention to moisture, unused luminescent pigments should be sealed and preserved.
- Metal materials have a great influence on the luminescence properties, and metal materials should be avoided as much as possible.
- Pre-use tests have determined the suitability and matchability of luminescent pigments to media