3 grams DFPD-C6 Security UV Green Black Light Organic Pigment test size.

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DFPD-C63g
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  • DFPD-C6 Invisible Green Fluorescent UV Pigment for use with our 365 nm black lights.
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Description

Risk Reactor Product Code and Name:
DFPD-C6 Clear Green Fluorescent Pigment for solvent and water based mediums. The organic pigments glow the brightest. DFPD-C2, DFPD-C6, PFLO, PFSO the inorganic PFLI and PF invisible are a little duller and less as strong. There is no such thing as colorless, by definition pigment is a non-soluble powder. Dyes not can be water clear such as IFWB-C0. Now the DFPD-C2, DFPD-C6 are slightly beige in regular light. The rest are white to off white when in concentrated form. To make them invisible you need to spread out the pigments and with the organic ones are so strong it can look good depending on the volume of pigment, back ground etc. You have to have 365 nm in order to see many of these colors.

Available In:
By the gram, 100 gram, pound, kilogram and 50# drums. Larger units are available upon request.


Risk Reactor's invisible fluorescent Green dye goes into solution with a variety of solvents. Used in security inks and other applications where an invisible Green fluorescent hue is needed. Due to the nature of this dye it is used extensively in high end security inks and theatrical materials. This is one of the most unique fluorescent Green dyes available on the market today.

Benefits of Risk Reactor's DFPD-C6 Invisible Fluorescent Green:

  • Fluoresces a bright Green under long wave black light!
  • Easy to work with!
  • Make invisible green UV pigment colorants.
  • Perfect for security inks!
  • One of the most unique fluorescent dyes available!

Used In:
Paints, inks, anti-counterfeiting inks, anti-fraud, document security, and any application where an invisible fluorescent Green is needed. Due to the cost and availability of this dye it is really hard for people to duplicate, adding an extra level of security.

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