Irreversible Thermochromic
Irreversible Thermochromic Thermochromic Pigment

This Irreversible Thermochromic pigment is black below 60°C and becomes translucent when the temperature exceeds 60°C. Once the Thermochromic pigment has changed colour it will not change back.

This Irreversible pigment has a particle size of around 20um.

You could mix this product with a water based screen printing binder and apply it to labels that change colour if the temperature of 60°C has been reached.

This product can be added to SFXC screen printing binder and the SFXC sprayable lacquer. 10% should be added to 90% of your chosen binder.

SFXC® Thermochromic pigment is microencapsulated and can be mixed with solvent and water based mediums.

They can be used in certain plastics and coatings to help show if a product or a surface has reached high temperatures. It is mainly used for the manufacturing processes to indicate that the correct temperatures have been reached when curing materials with heat. It is also used for safety applications such as indicators on diesel engines. Irreversible thermochromic products are also used for the transportation of food to ensure the produce has not exceeded certain temperatures.

Please make small tests to see if the thermochromic pigment works well with your chosen binder.

We do also offer reversible Black Thermochromic pigments with activation temperatures of 27C and 31C.

Our Thermochromic pigments can be added to resins to create fascinating designs. Why not try our Epoxy Resin Kit for beginners too!

Are you a seasoned pro in the resin casting department? Crystal Clear Epoxy Resin kit is a great option if you're looking for a larger volume of resin.

Please view the TDS and MSDS before use.

Please fully test SFXC products before print runs, production, installations or end products. Sample sizes are available in the drop down menus.

Please contact us for custom orders. Please note these have an MOQ of 1kg and the price can be higher compared to our standard range of thermochromic materials.