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  • BLACK LIGHT AND UV PIGMENTS

    BLACK LIGHT APPLICATION AND UV PIGMENT COUNTERFEITING & FRAUD USING BLACK LIGHT One of the most common uses for black lights today are for the detection of counterfeit currency and credit cards. Black lights of some kind should be used by anyone that handles currency. HAND STAMPING USING BLAC...
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  • UV 312 for gel coating, polyester, PVC etc

    UV 312 is first developed by BASF. It is Ethanediamide, N-(2-ethoxyphenyl)-N’-(2-ethylphenyl) grade. It acts as a UV absorber belonging to oxanilide class. UV-312 could imparts outstanding light stability to plastics and other organic substrates. It has strong UV absorption. For many substr...
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  • Laser protective glasses 980nm 1070nm

    Laser protective glasses are used to reduce the potentially harmful laser intensity to the safety permitted range. They can provide optical density index for different laser wavelengths to attenuate the light intensity, and at the same time allow enough visible light to pass through, so as to fa...
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  • UV fluorescent security pigment Red UV pigment For Security ink

    UV fluorescent security pigment can be activated by UV‑A, UV‑B or UV‑C region and emit bright visible light. These pigments have an easy to implement fluorescent effect and could show colors from ice blue to deep red. UV fluorescent security pigment is also called invisible security pigment, as t...
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  • “Infrared excitation pigment” and “Near-infrared absorbing dye”

    Infrared excitation pigment: The pigment itself has no color, and the surface is colorless after   printing. It emits visible light (colorless-red, yellow, blue, green) after being excited by 980nm   infrared light.     Near-infrared absorbing dye: Th...
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  • Invisible UV fluorescent Pigment/Black light Activated UV pigment

    The UV fluorescent pigment reacts under ultraviolet rays. UV fluorescent powder has many applications, the main applications being in anti-counterfeiting inks. For use in anti counterfeit purpose, long wave security technology is widely use for bill, currency anti counterfeit.In market place or b...
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  • What is blue light?

    What is blue light? The Sun bathes us daily in light, which is one of many types of electromagnetic radiation, along with radio waves, microwaves and gamma rays. We can’t see the vast majority of these energy waves flowing through space, but we can measure them. The light that human eyes can see,...
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  • IR-Reflective Pigment for Infrared Reflective Coating

    While the human eye is sensitive to only a small part of the electromagnetic spectrum, pigment interactions with wavelengths outside the visible can have interesting effects on coating properties. The primary purpose of IR-reflective coatings is to keep objects cooler than they would be using sta...
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  • Near Infrared absorbing dye Max 850nm for security ink and laser protection

    We produce a collection of narrow notch and broad band absorbing dyes. Our NIR absorbing dyes from 700nm to 1100nm: 710nm, 750nm, 780nm, 790nm 800nm, 815nm, 817nm, 820nm, 830nm 850nm, 880nm, 910nm, 920nm, 932nm 960nm, 980nm, 1001nm, 1070nm Our customers select us for our in-depth knowledge of che...
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  • Discussion on near infrared absorption anti – counterfeiting ink

    Near-infrared absorption anti-counterfeiting ink is made of one or several near-infrared absorption materials added to ink. Near-infrared absorption material is an organic functional dye. It has absorption in the near infrared region, the maximum absorption wavelength 700nm ~ 1100nm, and the osci...
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  • Characteristics of ultraviolet fluorescent anti-counterfeiting powder

    Ultraviolet fluorescent anti-counterfeiting powder (also called invisible anti-counterfeiting pigment) appearance is white or colorless powder, through the wavelength of 200-400nm ultraviolet fluorescent lamp irradiation, display light color (fluorescent anti-counterfeiting red, fluorescent anti-...
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  • Classification and distinction of ultraviolet phosphors

    Ultraviolet phosphor can be divided into inorganic phosphor and organic fluorescent invisible powder according to its source. Inorganic phosphor belongs to inorganic compound with fine spherical particles and easy dispersion, with 98% diameter of about 1-10U. It has good solvent resistance, acid ...
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