Photochromics (PCs) change from a near Invisible state when not exposed to UV Light (e.g. indoors) to a coloured state when exposed to UV Light (e.g. outdoors). They have a Fast Reversible Transition with Intense colour in 15 seconds returning to clear after 5 minutes indoors.

Specifically, PCs change colour in response to ultraviolet (UV) light, usually from the sun or a black light. Photochromic behaviour can be either Reversible or Irreversible. (Technically all photochromism is defined as reversible but, for simplicity, we will use the term irreversible photochromic to describe irreversible a photochemical reaction that yields a visible colour change.)


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  • Reversible  Labels: Paper or Plastic    Inks: Screen, Flexo, Gravure and Offset
    Plastics: Moulded item
    Concentrates: Dyes, Encapsulated Powder & Masterbatch 
  • Irreversible  Labels: Paper or Plastic
    Inks: Screen and Flexo  


  • Labels can be produced in a variety of Custom sizes, shapes and materials offering a bespoke solution designed to suite a wide range of applications
  • Inks are available in a vareity of pack sizes from 1 kilo pot to 200 kilo drums
  • Plastic products can be created and moulded for you
  • Concentrates can be provided for you to make your own ink or plastic product