SFXC® Sky Blue 28°C Thermochromic PigmentSFXC
Thermochromic pigments are coloured below a specific temperature and change to be translucent or a lighter colour as they are heated; this is done using a heat source or warm hands.
Please note that the sensitivity of each colour is unique, and each will perform differently. We advise that you thoroughly test the product before commercial application.
This free-flowing pigment will become fully translucent when it reaches 28°C. These pigments are reversible and will change back to its original colour once the heat source is removed.Thermochromic Powders are thermochromic microcapsules in a powder pigment form. They have been specially designed for use in non-aqueous based ink systems although their use is not limited to this. They can be used to formulate non-aqueous based flexographic, UV, Screen, Offset, Gravure and Epoxy Ink formulations (for aqueous applications we would recommend using Thermochromic slurries). The pigments are reversible and will change back to a colour once the heat source is removed. These powders are available in various colours and activation temperatures.
Thermochromic pigments are ideal for most colour change applications; this includes fashion, design, printing, automotive, promotional, arts, crafts and promotional projects/products. We typically recommend using around 10% to 90% medium. Once added to your chosen medium you will have a stunning and vibrant colour changing coating.
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Colours may vary depending on the brightness of computer monitors, UV strength or temperature.
Contact us if you require a custom made pigment with a different colour or activation temperature.
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Colours and packaging may vary.