KF7C Seven Invisible Fluorescent Color Kit.

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KF7C
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Description

Invisible Fluorescent Pigment Color Kit! Contains 10 grams of each of the five colors. Invisible Green, Invisible Yellow, Invisible Blue-White, Invisible Blue, Invisible Orange, inv. Violet, and Inv. Bright-White! We offer a wide range of Fluorescent Pigments. They extend from Invisible & Daylight Fluorescent Pigments, which are very bright colors in regular light, to highly specialized Security & Anti-counterfeiting pigments.

Fluorescent Pigments are the building blocks to fluorescent products. You can use these to create your own paints, plastics and coatings. Our full line of Fluorescent and Specialty Pigments are unique colorants that are used in security labels, paints, plastics, inks, special effects and tracers. Risk Reactor has the right quality of pigment for you. Invisible Security & Anti-Counterfeiting Pigments – Used to add security to your documents, packaging, receipts, just about anything.

* Pigments can go into Water and Solvent Based Mediums!
* 7 Invisible Colors!
* Fluoresces Very Brightly!
* Great for Art and Craft Projects!
* Create Invisible Markings and Security Inks!
* Use to Make Hidden Pictures!

We offer a wide range of UV Fluorescent Pigments for security, identification, coding and anti-counterfeiting applications. These pigments are neutral in color, with a white to off-white powder appearance, and are not noticeable when incorporated into security inks, fibre and papers. When irradiated with UV light (black light), these pigments will emit fluorescent light of yellow, green, red, blue colors and are immediately identifiable. Some of the common applications are in postage stamps, currency notes, credit cards, lottery tickets, security passes, etc.    

We offer a wide range of Fluorescent Pigments. They extend from Invisible & Daylight Fluorescent Pigments, which are very bright colors in regular light, to highly specialized Security & Anti­counterfeiting pigments. Our full line of Fluorescent and Specialty Pigments are unique colorants that are used in security labels, paints, plastics, inks, special effects and tracers. Risk Reactor has the right quality of pigment for you.

A. Invisible Security & Anti-Counterfeiting Pigments – Used to add security to your documents, packaging, receipts, just about anything.

B. Daylight Fluorescent Pigments – Our super bright Daylight Fluorescent Pigments are strong fluorescent colorants to give your idea bright color in regular light and super bright under Risk Reactor’s Black Light.

Fluorescent Pigments are the building blocks to fluorescent products. You can use these to create your own paints, plastics and coatings. The Invisible Pigments are used extensively in security inks, anti-counterfeiting inks, product identification, authentication, dual images, art, crafts and novelty applications.

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1 Review

  • 5
    Very nice phosphors

    Posted by Joseph on 22nd Oct 2019

    I'm actually much happier with these pigments/phosphors than I was expecting. It's not a comment on Risk Reactor at all, just on UV reactive species in general, they're not always what you hope or expect.

    The colors listed are Green, Yellow, Blue-White, Blue, Orange, Violet, and Bright-White.
    What I received was Green, Yellow, Red, Blue, Orange, Violet, and Coconut Bright-White.
    Discrepancy aside, I'm actually much more pleased I received red, rounding out the primary colors.
    The colors are all bright and vivid and exhibit a large degree of afterglow. It's tricky to take photos with any semblance of accuracy, but it would be beneficial to include them in the descriptions. The videos are helpful but cumbersome.

    Be aware if you are using LED's. UV LED's seem more common these days than fluorescent blacklights, but they do not have as wide a spectrum. The most common wavelength of UV LED is 400nm. These phosphors require a shorter wave UV to fluoresce at their maximum. This means you either have to obtain a special 365nm UV LED source, or use a fluorescent or compact fluorescent blacklight bulb. If you only use 'ordinary' UV LED's you will not be happy with the result, and it will not be the Phosphor's or Risk Reactor's fault. It's easy to obtain a 365nm LED flashlight when you know what you're looking for. Ideally it will have a "black" glass filter over the end to filter out the bright light-blue color which these LED's appear to emit. Old fashioned blacklight bulbs are the most straightforward to use.

    I'm very pleased with the quality of these phosphors. I would love to paint a whole room with them. It would be nice to have a little more information about what kind of media they are compatible with, I'm not a chemist but I imagine the variety of organic and inorganic phosphors have different compatibilities with water, organic solvents, etc.. The folks at Risk Reactor seem eager to assist with any application and available to answer specific questions, so the product seems well supported.

    Photos
    https://flic.kr/s/aHsmHTg81f
    Video
    https://youtu.be/icLNDaCVl6E

    (RiskReactor is free to use these photos as they wish)

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