The story of PSPA Brightness classification standard for long afterglow luminescent materials and long afterglow luminescent pigments
The PSPA (Photoluminescent Safety Products Association) is an association that, amongst other activities, recommends acceptable levels of performance for photoluminescent material in the industry.
The PSPA defines their class standards in accordance with the methodology set out in the commonly used standard of DIN 67510 pt 1 and ISO 17398 whereby luminance is m...
Why Choose Glow in the dark masterbatch instead of luminous powder?
The specific gravity of luminous powder is much higher, it will settle if mix with resin directly.
It easily have friction during the injection process so that make product turn black.
Masterbatch have better compatibility because of the same carrier of exclusive luminous masterbatch and plasctic product.
Glow in the dark masterbatch have better dispersity and coloring power.
Luminous powder has...
High performance inlaid luminous tiles are updated, the products are more weather resistant and the tiles are more solid
Luminous ceramic tile is a professional luminous product which can be used as the...