Glow in Dark Pigments, Strontium Aluminate Powder
|FOB Price:||US $10.5-60 / kg|
|Min. Order:||1 kg|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|1 kg||US $10.5-60/ kg|
|Production Capacity:||3000 Tons Per Year|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union, Paypal|
- Model NO.: glow in dark powders
- Appearance: Powder
- Type: Synthetic
- Composition: Oxide
- Trademark: Kolortek
- Specification: FDA approved
- Colour: Green, Yellow, Blue, Purple
- Usage: Paint, Cosmetic, Plastic, Ink, Paper
- Solubility: Insolubility
- Color: Multicolors
- Transport Package: Drum, Carton, Plastic Bag
- Origin: Huaian Jiangsu China
Glow in dark Powders/ Luminescent Pigment / Photochromic Pigment are the highest commerical grade new glowing material that after being exposed to light will absorb that light energy and then slowly release it over time. These glow in the dark powders will glow for hours in total darkness and offer a variety of practical, artistic and fun uses.
Mixing these glow powders in clear mediums such, as polyurethanes, epoxies, plastics or acrylic emulsions will render that medium to glow in the dark after being charged by light. From safety, to art, to sports products the creative possibilities are endless with these amazing glowing substance. Totally non-toxic these strontium based glow pigments come in a variety of amazing glow colors.
The smaller the particle size, the lower the luminance is.
Compared with other pigments, photoluminescent pigment can be easily and widely used in many fields.
Fluorescent Pigments offer formaldehyde free, lower mold plate-out, melt-in, best tinting strength, superior brightness, increased plastic compatibility, fade resistant and excellent heat stability in injection molded plastics when compared to other thermoplastic fluorescent pigments commercially available. The maximum recommended processing temperature can be as high as 280 ~300° C.
If you are mixing these powders with glues, paints or epoxies it is also best to avoid UV blockers as UV light is an excellent means of charging glow in the dark substances and UV blockers will absorb this light.