SP Color & Chemicals



Fluorescent pigments are a type of colourant that absorbs light in the Ultraviolet (UV) range and then, visible spectrum, creating vibrant and Eye-catching colours. These pigments are widely used in various industries for different applications.

Uses of Fluorescent Pigments:

  1. Printing Inks: Fluorescent pigments are commonly used in the printing industry to create eye-catching and vivid prints. They enhance the visual appeal of printed materials, making them ideal for packaging, labels, and promotional materials.

  2. Paints and Coatings: Fluorescent pigments are incorporated into paints and coatings to produce highly visible and attractive finishes. They are used in automotive coatings, signage, safety markings, and other applications where visibility is crucial.

  3. Plastics: Fluorescent pigments are often used in the production of plastics to create colourful and attention-grabbing products. They are employed in a variety of plastic items, including toys, packaging, and consumer goods.

  4. Textiles: Fluorescent pigments are utilized in the textile industry to create vibrant and fashionable colours for clothing and accessories. They are popular for creating high-visibility and trendy designs.

  5. Cosmetics: Some fluorescent pigments are used in cosmetics to add bright and bold colours to makeup products. Neon and fluorescent shades are often sought after in the cosmetic industry for their modern and attention-grabbing appeal.

Shades and Look:

Fluorescent pigments are available in a wide range of shades, including bright pinks, oranges, yellows, greens, and blues. The specific shades offered by SP Colour & Chemicals under the AMP Pigments brand would depend on their product line and formulations. The look of fluorescent pigments is characterized by their intense and luminous appearance under UV light, contributing to a visually striking effect.

Fluorescent Pigment

For detailed and up-to-date information about the specific products offered by SP Colour & Chemicals.

 I recommend checking their official website, product catalogs, or contacting the company directly for the latest information on available shades, formulations, and applications.

Fluorescent Pigment
Fluorescent Pigment