Our luminous foils
With us you get ultra-strong, self-adhesive luminescent films. Our offered professional afterglow films are based on strontium aluminate and are characterized by an immensely higher and longer luminosity compared to other luminous films. At the same time, our films are absolutely non-toxic and free of harmful chemicals.
And: We only offer luminescent films that are tested and (continuously) evaluated for the best possible luminosity.
There are almost no limits to the areas of application: The foils are suitable for many creative activities such as handicrafts, decorating and many other hobbies.
Possible applications include glowing stars in a child's room, escape route markings, decorating containers, jewelry, candles and much, much more.
All the films we offer glow in the dark for more than 6 hours.
Practical examples and customer projects
|Effect:||Glows in the dark|
|Material type:||Adhesive foil|
|Color in the dark:||Green|
|Processing ideas:||Decoration, Embellishment|
|Target group:||Children, Artist, Painter, Hobbyist|
|Search terms:||Sticker, Sticker, Afterglow, Photoluminescent|
If described in the offer, the papers can be printed accordingly with inkjet or laser printers.
The luminous photo papers are best processed with an inkjet printer due to the coating. A sheet of paper is less than 1mm thick, so it fits easily into standard printers. Use the phosphorescent printer papers also for individual invitation cards, letters and as craft paper.
The photoluminescent color films cannot be printed.
Our luminous foils can also be attached outdoors, e.g. to the window or mailbox, protected from the weather. If they are exposed to rain, snow or mechanical friction, use an additional well-adhering protective film (transparent) to cover them. On moving surfaces or in the case of very heavy-duty use (e.g. stair treads), our fast-drying and long-lasting luminous paints are more suitable. Here, too, a protective coating with clear varnish is advisable.
Of the colors offered, the yellow-green self-luminous color film has the highest measured luminosity. It is still clearly visible after more than five hours, while blue-green is still five times superior to a competitor product with a sixty-minute afterglow time. A slight phosphorescence is visible for more than six hours.