PhotoLuminescentGlowProducts

Photo luminescent

 

Photo luminescent materials (commonly called "glow-in-the-dark")

has the ability to absorb light (sunlight, fluorescent, incandescent, etc) and then to emit light. When ambient darkness occurs, it becomes highly visible, lasting at least 8 hours. Our best products could last more than 20 hours.

An ambulance or fire engine crew can potentially waste valuable life saving time looking for house names or numbers. These could be crucial minutes.

Upon removal of the light source, the stored light is gradually released, the strongest glow is produced during the first 30 minutes of darkness, the most critical period following a power failure or other emergency. Then it fades over a period of time, when there is light again, it stores energy again. So the photoluminescence process is circulatory. http://www.solarpowernumbers.com/

The bases of most photo luminescent products are photo luminescent pigments that can be incorporated into coat, paint, ink, fabric, ceramic glaze or porcelain enamel, glass, flexible and rigid moulded plastics. Typical products include self adhesive flexible vinyl tapes, rigid PVC marker strips, and silk- screened signage. Photo luminescent fabric, enamel-coated sheet metal and ceramic tiles are also available

An ambulance or fire engine crew can potentially waste valuable life saving time looking for house names or numbers. These could be crucial minutes.

 

 

 

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flread45 8 years ago from Montana

great for camping

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