Coo-Var Luminous Paint
Coo-Var Luminous Paint glows in the dark after exposure to light. Used to identify doors, exits, escape routes, fire doors, in basements and enclosed areas on wood, metal, masonry GRP and many other surfaces.
Coo-Var Luminous Paint glows in the dark after exposure to light. Used to identify doors, exits, escape routes, fire doors, in basements and enclosed areas. Used to identify escape routes and many more when lights fail or at night. Also useful for theatrical effects. Coo-Var Luminous Paint can be used on wood, metal, masonry GRP and many other surfaces.
Features & Benefits
- Water based - low odour
- Use to identify exits, escape routes, doors, etc. when lights fail
- Amazing glow in the dark technology - longer lasting
Coo-Var Luminous Paint Foundation is applied followed by the Coo-Var Luminous Paint which is transparent in normal light. When lights fail, the coated area will glow showing up the exit route or door. Coo-Var Luminous Paint Foundation is essential for the product to function properly. Coo-Var Luminous Paint Clear Protective Coat is available to enhance the durability when used externally, on floors to mark escape routes, or surfaces exposed to physical and chemical wear.
It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.
|Typical Coverage (per coat)||13m² per litre|
|Touch Dry||30 Mins|
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|David Cogan on 05/04/2018|
Do you have any (multiple?) data on longevity of the glow from your luminous paint product please? E.g. After exposure to 100,000 lux (direct summer sunlight) for 4 hours, the paint is luminous at greater than 100 lux for 8 hours and then reduces at a rate of 10 lux per hour thereafter.
The particular type of luminous pigment used in Coo-Var Luminous Paint is fully charged almost instantaneously (probably less than 1 second) when exposed to northern daylight. Charging will take a little longer at reduced light levels, with both natural and artificial light. The afterglow lasts between 15 to 25 minutes, usually, if fully charged. At the later stages, perception of the afterglow will depend on the eye becoming accustomed to the darkness.
Coo-Var Luminous Paint is intended to be used where there is the potential for a sudden loss of light, as a possible result of a power failure to lighting in areas without daylight. Its use outside at night would be limited because it would be fully discharged during twilight, as day progresses through to night-time, without being energised with a light source.
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