Manufacturing companies that already incorporate photoluminescent technology will attest to the advantages and benefits of having photoluminescence as a part of its operations and manufacturing products. These same companies, along with any other company that could do well with using photoluminescent technology, should know about the availability of photoluminescence as a pigment. Photoluminescent pigment is derived from a photoluminescent extract in the shape of glow-in-the-dark powder, also known as phosphorescent crystals, which can also be described as a pigment. This powdery substance derived from photoluminescent technology works in the same way as other products infused with photoluminescent technology in that it absorbs surround light, and molds that light into its own energy source, and can then radiate the transformed energy as a luminous power when darkness engulfs the place. In addition, photoluminescent pigments can emanate an intense glow over the same lengthy period as any photoluminescent product, occurring when electrons absorb energy in the presence of a light source. No chemical reaction occurs during this entire process.
How photoluminescent pigments will be used should be determined by the size and effort involved in the desired application. A large sample of photoluminescent pigmentation requires the utilization of a large particle size that will put forth a high afterglow intensity considered suitable for all types of practical applications, including the following jobs: brush and spray painting, glass molding, and candle making. A medium size application, which only requires a moderate amount of particles and what will emanate a moderate afterglow intensity, would be fine for applications such as silkscreen printing and plastic molding. A small, or fine size pigmentation level, which only needs a small particle size and emits a low afterglow intensity, can be used for thread and fiber production, or any type of production process requiring fine article sizes. The variation in mesh sizes is considered quite technical; therefore, if you desire a comprehensive guide concerning photoluminescent pigment particle size, consulting with a professional from GloBrite Systems will prove very helpful.
Because the utilization of photoluminescent pigments is technical, seeking professional advice will help the user understand the precise application. The experts working at GloBrite Systems provide the input you will need to successfully pull off the application of photoluminescent pigmentation for your specific product or need. Once you have discussed and grasped the technical aspects of photoluminescent pigmentation, you will have obtained the knowledge and wherewithal needed to advance the pursuit of perfecting this pigmentation installation. The representatives of GloBrite Systems are happy to provide consultation concerning photoluminescent pigmentation and or any manufacturing need that your business may have regarding glow in the dark properties and materials.