Photoluminescent pigments are a type of glow-in-the-dark powder which gathers energy from light and emits it to give a glowing effect. The pigment absorbs a wide spectrum of visible light and UV rays and then emits this energy with an after-glow. This process can be repeated many times.

Photoluminescent pigments are not radioactive nor toxic and can be mixed with light-coloured, transparent materials such as other pigments, paints, plastic, printing pastes, ceramics, glass and fibers which allows to achieve glow-in-the-dark effect.

This pigments can radiate different colours and are ideal for the production of LLL systems, evacuation signage and various decorations. They have a wide consumer usage and are applied in various fields such as transport and communication, military buildings, fire safety systems or decorative accessories.


Insoluble in organic solvents
Decomposition by acids, water, alkalis
Appearance yellowish
Specific gravity 3,4g – 3,6g/cm3
Temperature resistance from -50°C to +250°C
Excitation UV radiation, white light (any visible light)
Excitation wavelength 200~450nm
Peak value 520nm
Glowing Color yellow-green


Product code Body colour Emitting colour Average particle size Brightness (mcd/m2) Weight (bag)
After 1 min After 5 min After 10 min
AS-40/A light-yellow yellow-green 50-65μm ≥ 2640 ≥ 679 ≥ 320 1 kg
AS-40/B light-yellow yellow-green 20-40μm ≥ 2903 ≥ 791 ≥ 390 1 kg
AS-40/C light-yellow yellow-green 60-80μm ≥ 3682 ≥ 1001 ≥ 480 1 kg



It is suggested to store the AS-40 Photoluminescent Pigments in original, labelled and tightly closed container in a dry and cool place. When handling do not eat, drink, smoke or sniff. Wear protective clothing and respiratory protection. Avoid spraying into the air. Wash your hands thoroughly after handling.

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