JALITE have worked for almost 40 years to perfect our market leading JALITE AAA photoluminescent material, for manufacturing fire safety signs and more. JALITE AAA photoluminescent material has been rigorously tested to achieve Class C+ luminance performance as a minimum. JALITE AAA material has a luminance performance that exceeds Standards, according to DIN 67 510 Part 4: 2008 and ISO 17398:2004.
JALITE AAA material is engineered with encapsulated packed pigments, producing the highest optical brightness of any photoluminescent material. Our material is charged quickly with 5 minutes at 1000 lux producing unparalleled luminance output.
JALITE AAA photoluminescent material is available in both rigid and self-adhesive vinyl. Our photoluminescent rigid material is available in 600 x 400mm sheets or boards, with a thickness of 0.3mm nominal. Our photoluminescent self-adhesive vinyl is manufactured in 1000mm x 50m per roll.
JALITE photoluminescent material is the best quality for printing. Our material is:
- Compatible with solvent-based inks
- Smooth printing surface
- Weather resistant
- Self extinguishing
- Flexible and adaptable
- Ideal for digital print
- Flexible- ideal for kiss cut or die cut applications (self-adhesive vinyl)
- Matte non-glare surface.
BS ISO 17398:2004 - Safety colours and safety signs. Classification performance and durability of signs.
This International Standard specifies requirements for a performance-related classification system for safety signs according to expected service environment, principal materials, photometric properties, means of illumination, fixing methods and surface. Performance criteria and test methods are specified in this International Standard so that properties related to durability and expected service life can be characterized and specified at the time of the product’s delivery to the purchaser.
DIN 67 510 Part 1: 2020 - Phosphorescent pigments and products - measurement and marking at the producer.
This standard applies to the measurement and classification by the manufacturer of phosphorescent pigments and the phosphorescent products made from them, for example for marking escape routes and hazards, in buildings, underground thoroughfares, on aircraft and ships, for marking equipment, fittings, utensils, working clothing and safety clothing. This standard specifies a series of conditions for testing the change in luminance over time and for identifying the tested phosphorescent products.