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Phosphorescent Pigments

Lumilux® Red N-WS (50035)

Main use: Afterglow plastic sheets, screen printing inks, injection molding.

Lumilux N-series products are phosphorescent pigments that emit light long after the source has been removed. They meet UL and CE safety standards.

General Information

  • Typical Uses
    • Paints
    • Resins and inks
    • Thermoplastics
    • Thermosetting plastics
  • Maximum Particle Size
    • 40, PSD50
  • Compatibility
    • Insoluble in water and decomposed by acids
  • Application
    • Plastic
    • Paints
  • Particle Texture/Size
    • Coarse (D50 30 - 40 µm)
  • Product Type
    • Luminescent/Phosphorescent Pigments

Physical Properties

  • Solubility in Water
    • Insoluble
  • Particle Size Distribution
    • < 40 µm, PSD50
  • Brightness
    • 5 after 60 minutes
    • 30 after 10 minutes
    • 75 after 5 minutes
  • Phosphorescence Color
    • Orange
  • Solubility
    • Insoluble
  • Color
    • Whitish
  • Physical Form
    • Powder
  • Density
    • 5.1 g/cm3
  • Luminance DIN 67510-1
    • 30 mcd/m2 after 10 minutes
    • 75 mcd/m2 after 5 minutes
    • 2 mcd/m2 after 60 minutes

Safety Information

  • Incompatible Materials
    • Acids

General Information

  • Typical Uses
    • Paints
    • Resins and inks
    • Thermoplastics
    • Thermosetting plastics
  • Maximum Particle Size
    • 40, PSD50
  • Compatibility
    • Insoluble in water and decomposed by acids
  • Application
    • Plastic
    • Paints
  • Particle Texture/Size
    • Coarse (D50 30 - 40 µm)
  • Product Type
    • Luminescent/Phosphorescent Pigments

Physical Properties

  • Solubility in Water
    • Insoluble
  • Particle Size Distribution
    • < 40 µm, PSD50
  • Brightness
    • 5 after 60 minutes
    • 30 after 10 minutes
    • 75 after 5 minutes
  • Phosphorescence Color
    • Orange
  • Solubility
    • Insoluble
  • Color
    • Whitish
  • Physical Form
    • Powder
  • Density
    • 5.1 g/cm3
  • Luminance DIN 67510-1
    • 30 mcd/m2 after 10 minutes
    • 75 mcd/m2 after 5 minutes
    • 2 mcd/m2 after 60 minutes

Safety Information

  • Incompatible Materials
    • Acids
  • Typical Uses : Paints|Resins and inks|Thermoplastics|Thermosetting plastics
  • Maximum Particle Size : 40, PSD50
  • Compatibility : Insoluble in water and decomposed by acids
  • Application : Plastic|Paints
  • Solubility in Water : Insoluble
  • Particle Size Distribution : < 40 µm, PSD50
  • Brightness : 5 after 60 minutes|30 after 10 minutes|75 after 5 minutes
  • Phosphorescence Color : Orange
  • Solubility : Insoluble
  • Color : Whitish
  • Physical Form : Powder
  • Density : 5.1 g/cm3
  • Incompatible Materials : Acids
  • Luminance DIN 67510-1 : 30 mcd/m2 after 10 minutes|75 mcd/m2 after 5 minutes|2 mcd/m2 after 60 minutes
  • Particle Texture/Size : Coarse (D50 30 - 40 µm)
  • Product Type : Luminescent/Phosphorescent Pigments
Brochure
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
Lumilux® portfolio includes cutting-edge solutions for currency, government documents, brand protection, safety, novelty applications, all reflecting longstanding, advanced expertise in security pigments, detection solutions.
1.87 MB
6/18/2021
PDF 1.87 MB
Data Sheet
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
Main use: Afterglow plastic sheets, paints, injection moulding. Useable for: Paints and inks, thermoplastics, thermosetting plastics.
47.41 KB
6/18/2021
PDF 47.41 KB
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
Lumilux® portfolio includes cutting-edge solutions for currency, government documents, brand protection, safety, novelty applications, all reflecting longstanding, advanced expertise in security pigments, detection solutions.
1.87 MB
6/18/2021
PDF 1.87 MB
Main use: Afterglow plastic sheets, paints, injection moulding. Useable for: Paints and inks, thermoplastics, thermosetting plastics.
47.41 KB
6/18/2021
PDF 47.41 KB