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FYI: Here are the answers to some questions you may have:
Are pigments dangerous to humans?
No, the pigments are natural, non-toxic, non-radioactive and heavy metals content is twenty times lower than the limit imposed by the stringent U.S. regulations.
How long do the photoluminescent products last?
The physical principle of photo-luminescence is eternal. By laboratory testing, we can say that after 10 years, the photoluminescent pigment does not degrade at all. The photoluminescence will last as long as the jacket itself.
How should I recycle a photoluminescent product?
Due to its very low content of heavy metals and small amount of pigment gener- ally used in applications, photoluminescent products can be recycled according to the support that hosts them (paper, plastic, wood, undifferentiated).
Can I charge photoluminescent objects with artificial light?
Of course, the photoluminescent effect can be obtained also with a normal light bulb, provided that this also emits a minimum amount of light in the excitation spectrum of pigment. Normally energy saving incandescent bulbs, neon tubes and light bulbs achieve a decent result, as long they are exposed for about 10-15 minutes.
What is the best way to charge the pigments and obtain the maximum effect of photoluminescence?
The best method and also the least expensive to charge the pigments is to expose them to natural sunlight for about one minute. The emission spectrum of the sun is the most complete and the best for our pigments.
How long does the photoluminescence last?
Please note that each light source is more powerful than the light provided by photoluminescence. The photoluminescent effect duration is equal to approx imately 8 hours and is only visible in complete darkness. During the first 10-15 minutes, the light provided is the brightest then it begins to subside, and then stabilize at a less intense level for about 7 hours, always being visible
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