Glow in the Dark Tape is a self-adhesive vinyl made up of a PET layer and a luminous coating. The backside of the luminous tape is a specially formulated pressure-sensitive adhesive layer that provides permanent adhesion and is protected with siliconized release paper. The glow in the dark tape is a unique self-powered tape that accumulates light radiation in the daytime and emits the glow in the dark. The glow in the dark tape is used to help improve the safety in warehouses, manufacturing facilities, and line emergency evacuation routes.
How to charge glow in the dark tape?
Glow in the dark tape needs a “charge” before it glows. The luminous tape is made just like normal vinyl tape except it also has a phosphor inside it. This phosphor will absorb light radiation into it and emit it back out, which is where the glowing comes from. Glow in the dark tape should be charged under direct sunlight or artificial light for 2-3 hours for maximum glow. Whenever the luminous tape is exposed to any type of light, it will begin to accumulate light radiation.
How long does glow in the dark tape glow?
After the glow in the dark tape is exposed to natural or artificial light, it will glow in the dark for up to 12 hours with the glow fading over time until the next recharge. Anvicen supply photoluminescent tape in various glow time: 2 hours, 4 hours, 6 hours, 8 hours, 10 hours and 12 hours. It is up to the customer’s request.
The Luminescence Intensity of Glow in the Dark Tape as below:
What kind of colors glow in the dark?
Almost any color can glow if a phosphor is added or if it is naturally phosphorescent under a black light. Most neon colors can glow in the dark. The most common colors to use are fluorescent green, yellow, orange, blue, and pink.
Application of glow in the dark tape:
- a. Safety Guideline Signs
- b. Fire Emergency Signs
- c. Building Decorations
- d. Bike Decorating
- e. Haunted House
- f. Stationery and Trinkets