|Singularity LT is a sprayable, low temperature activating formulation of Singularity, suited to application on canvas and many textiles, polymers, and wood. It is activated by heating to ~150C (300F), which can be accomplished with a hair dryer or paint stripper. It creates a coating that will absorb 98.5% of visible light incident upon it. |
We recommend that customers consult with NanoLab personnel before working with the paint to ensure good results and safe practices. Pricing does not include ground hazmat shipping to the continental United States. Contact us for international orders. .Coverage ~500 cm 2 (~8"x 9")
On Safety: When Singularity is sprayed through an air brush, the aerosolized particles contain the polymeric binder, the carbon nanotubes and the fugitive solvent. These polymer-bound particles should not pose a health risk, but caution is warranted with any new material. Droplet sizes we have measured are typically larger than 5 microns, but other sprayers may differ in aerosolization. A respirators with a National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) rating of P95 or greater have been shown to prevent the inhalation of CNTs under normal breathing conditions, and is mandatory safety equipment. The properties of nanotubes are not yet well understood, so use caution.
PLEASE NOTE : Due to the special packaging required to ship flammable liquids, we do not accept returns of Singularity Black LT.
Please discuss with NanoLab if there is a concern about shipping.
LT Singularity Use overview -- pdf
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