Irreversible Thermochromic paints for construction
Irreversible Thermochromic paints react with a permanent colour change when the paint reaches a certain limit temperature.
After reaching a specific temperature, together with its increase, the paint turns from transparent into coloured. The change is permanent and irreversible. The lowest temperature of change is 60°C, the highest ones reach even up to 200°C.
Irreversible thermochromic paints are used as indicators of exceeding high temperatures, in thermal coatings of various materials and installations in order to detect when the recommended temperature has been reached.
The designer has the ability to shape the image depending on thermal conditions of the surroundings, by irreversibly colouring them after exceeding the recommended temperature.