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Clearly visible fluorescent paint markers (indexes, hands) from **Superluminova** at the [[Omega Seamaster 300 M GMT]] (click to enlarge!)
Clearly visible fluorescent paint markers (indexes, hands) from Superluminova at the Omega Seamaster 300 M GMT
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Luminova is a luminous paint developed by the Japanese company Nemoto & Co. Ltd. that, unlike older fluorescent colors, contains no radioactive substances.

The product Superluminova manufactured by the Swiss company Tritec (Super-LumiNova) is offering a further development of Luminova and a higher luminosity. Super-LumiNova is stimulated to shine by sunlight or artificial light, and the afterglow lasts up to 10 hours. This material has no limited lifetime, because the process of stimulating and afterglow happens without chemical reactions.

superluminova.txt · Last modified: 03.07.2022 15:38 by

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