• PMMA Glow In The Dark
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PMMA Glow In The Dark application shown in daylight and darkness

PMMA Glow In The Dark marking system is applied to tiling and effectively glows in the dark

Glow in the Dark Luminescent Coating PMMA Technology comparison between darkness and daylight

This Glow In The Dark application is ideal for small markings or large surface areas

Glow in the Dark Luminescent Coating PMMA Technology application

PMMA Glow In The Dark is easily applied by roller brush and cures rapidly

Glow In The Dark Luminescent Coating PMMA Technology in tin packaging

PMMA Glow In The Dark is effective in complementing existing emergency lighting and escape route marking systems

PMMA Glow In The Dark application shown in daylight and darkness
Glow in the Dark Luminescent Coating PMMA Technology comparison between darkness and daylight
Glow in the Dark Luminescent Coating PMMA Technology application
Glow In The Dark Luminescent Coating PMMA Technology in tin packaging

PMMA Glow In The Dark technology absorbs UV radiation, daylight or artificial light to provide a light source in the dark.

This is a 2-component, fast-curing, PMMA–based sealing resin. The Luminescent Coating incorporates highly sophisticated pigments to meet the requirements of DIN 67510 part 1, class C. This ensures it can be used to complement existing emergency lighting and escape route marking systems.

PMMA Glow In The Dark delivers permanent weather resistance (it is UV, hydrolysis and alkali resistant) and delivers luminescent pigments that are 100% water resistant. This PMMA technology also resists a wide range of chemicals. It is applied easily and effectively to horizontal and vertical surfaces and can be applied in air temperatures as low as -5°C. It fully cures in just 3 hours.

PMMA Glow In The Dark key benefits:

  • Absorbs energy from UV radiation, daylight or artificial light to act as a light source in the dark
  • Rapid Curing. It fully cures in 3 hours* (*approximately – at 20°C , 2% Catalyst)
  • Permanent weather resistance (UV, hydrolysis and alkali resistant)
  • Delivers luminescent pigments that are 100% water resistant
  • Can be applied in air temperatures as low as -5°C
  • Resists a wide range of chemicals
  • Meets the requirements of workplace regulation ASR A3.4/3 and is tested and approved acc. to DIN EN 1504–2 (Class C rating)
  • Luminous intensity after 10 minutes: 207.15 mcd/m²
  • Luminous intensity after 60 minutes: 28.42 mcd/m²
  • Safely and easily apply by finishing roller

PMMA Glow In The Dark application areas include escape route marking systems in enclosed:

  • Areas
  • Halls
  • Workplaces
  • Multi-storey car parks
  • Underground railway stations or public buildings
  • Stairs
  • Walls
  • Pillars
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Colour Yellowish White
Tested and Approved acc. to DIN EN 1504‐2 Class C Rating

Luminous intensity after 10 minutes: 207.15 mcd/m²

Luminous intensity after 60 minutes: 28.42mcd/m²

Decaytime: 3074 minutes

PMMA Glow In The Dark Can Be Applied Within The Following Temperature Ranges: Air: ‐5°C to +35°C

Substrate*: +3°C to +40°C

Material: +3°C to +30°C

The substrate temperature must be at least 3°C above the dew point during application and curing.

Humidity and Moisture The relative humidity must be ≤ 90%.

The surface to be coated must be dry and ice‐free.

The surface must be protected from moisture until the coating has hardened.

Reaction Times and Required Amounts of PMMA Catalyst
(at 20°C, 2% PMMA Catalyst)
Pot Life: Approx. 15 mins

Rainproof: Approx. 45 mins

Walkable/Overlayable: Approx. 60 mins

Fully Cured: Approx. 3 Hours

Recommended Amount of PMMA Catalyst Required to Adjust the Curing Reaction to the Temperature.
(Substrate temperature in °C)
(approximate values)
-10°C: –

-5°C: –

+3°C: 3%

5°C: 3%

10°C: 3%

15°C: 2%

20°C: 2%

25°C: 2%

30°C: 1%

35°C: 1%

40°C: –

45°C: –

50°C: –

Consumption Rate
(smooth substrate)
approx. 0.50kg/m²
Density approx. 1.45g/cm³
Pack Size 5.00kg Wecryl 408 GlowLine

0.10kg Weplus Catalyst

Mixing First stir the PMMA Glow In The Dark tub contents thoroughly.

Then add the PMMA Catalyst while stirring at the slow‐speed setting and mix for 2 minutes. Make sure that the product on the base and sides of the container is incorporated.

At product temperatures <10°C the product should be stirred for 4minutes, as the PMMA Catalyst will take longer to dissolve.

Application Horizontal: Use the finish roller to apply an even layer of the mixed material. Avoid fluctuating layer thicknesses.

Vertical: Before the catalyst is added, a maximum of 2% w/w anti‐flow additive may be mixed in with the resin so that upstands can be sealed.

If too little material is applied, this can result in problems with the curing process as polymerisation is interrupted.

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