Various fluorescent materials can react differently when exposed to various forms of UV light. For this reason, black light is commonly used in inspection of different UV reactive surfaces and fluorescent materials. The use of Ultra Violet light makes things glow by pushing electrons to outer rings making the material unstable. So unstable that the electron bounces back to its stable state and by doing so the energy released is in the form photonic energy, what we call light.
Our black light fluorescent lamps contain an amazing intense UV energy emitters. When the fluorescent material is activated by a dark (black) light it creates its photonic energy. Usually the black light energy fluctuates from 254 nano meters to 410 nano meters in the light spectrum. The common human eye can see light energy only between 400 to 700 nanometer (NM) wavelengths. It is within these wavelengths that we use to make items fluorescence or to cure UV glues and adhesives. Keep in mind the lower the NM number the more dangerous it is. 254 NM will burn and should be handled with care. We stick with 365 NM and 395 NM both of which are safer. With that being said, all LED lights should never be aimed at the eye. The stronger the LED source the more care and protective glasses should be worn.
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