Glow In The Dark Tape- Photoluminescent, 2" x 30'

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Protect your workers and building occupants during blackouts and evacuations. Our Glow-In-The-Dark Tapes will "GLOW" for up to 6 hours. This product comes with an aggresive permanent pressure sensitive adhesive that will adhere to most any clean, dry surface. Tape absorbs any ambient or UV light source, then releases this stored energy in darkness.

Our Glow-In-The-Dark tape offers 6+ hours of Glow to the light adjusted eye. This product meets a variety of safety standards including PSPA, IMO, ISO, and ASTM. See technical data more details.

Technical Specifications

Case Qty: 6 Rolls
Roll Length: 10 Yards (30')
Case Weight: 3 lbs

Application(s): Flexible laminated film coated with a permanent acrylic pressure sensitive adhesive and backed with a poly coated release liner. Safety grade photoluminescent material designed to glow 6+ hours. Product withstands UV-light and does not show significant degradation when used outdoors.

Adhesive: Acrylic Adhesive
Total Thickness: 0.010" +/- 10%
Liner: 0.005" +/- 10%
Tape Application: Minimum application temperature 10C (50F)
Surface must be clean and free from dust, dirt, oil, wax, silicone.
Cleaning: Clean tape surface with a mild soap, rinse with fresh water.
Shelf Life: One year from date of purchase when stored at 70F, 50% relative humidity.

Property: Test Method: Measurement:
Acrylic Adhesive
Peel Test: (Stainless Steel) PSTC-1(modified) 72oz / 24 hour dwell
Shear Adhesion: PSTC-7 >24 hours 1/2" x 1/2", 500 grams (Stainless Steel)
Glow Properties
Color: White / Green
Emission Color: Yellow / Green
Glow Time: DIN 67510 Xe Lamp 6+ Hours Time Span Necessary For Afterglow Brightness To Diminish To 0.32 mcd/m2 (100 times the human eye perception limit)

DIN 67510-1 Luminance measurement of photoluminescent products
DIN 53438 (Part 2 / Part 3) Flammability - Reaction to an open flame
DIN 53387-1-D-X Weathering - Resistance against color change during testing
DIN 53387-2-F Radiation - Resistance against color change during testing
DIN 50021-SS Salt Spray Test - Resistance against any visible changes
DIN 74069 ph 6.2.3 Reaction against chemical liquid - submersion in petrol
DIN 30646 ph 4.6 Reaction against liquids - submersion in lye
DIN 30646 Holding power of the adhesive layer - PSA tensil test
ASTM 162 Surface flammability using a radiant heat energy source
ASTM 648 Critical radiant flux
ASTM 662 Specific optical density of smoke generated by solid materials
SMP 800C Bombardier toxic gas collection
IMO Resolution Guidelines for the evaluation, testing and application

A. 752 (18) location lighting on passenger ships
ISO 15370 Low location lighting on passenger ships
MIL-L-3891B Luminescent material and equipment (non-radioactive)
(Has been replaced by ASTM E 2030-99, ASTM E 2072-00, ASTM E 2073-00)
PSPA Classifications Class B
ASTM E 2072-00 Std. specification for photoluminescent safety markings
ASTM E 2073-02 Std. test method for photopic luminence of photoluminescent markings ASTM E 2030-02 Guide for recommended uses of photoluminescent safety markings

This data is based on typical results achieved. It is the sole responsibility of the buyer or user to ensure that the product is suitable for any proposed end use or application and to ensure proper cleaning of the substrate to which it will be applied. This data in no way constitutes a specification, nor should it be seen as a recommendation for use. We accept no liability for any loss, damage or injury resulting from the use of these products or data. March 2004.