Fast-Responding Pressure Sensitive Paint 

TurboFIB PSP

(Product ID: TF-XXX)

       TurboFIB pressure sensitive paint (PSP) is a single-luminophore, single application PSP formulated to be applied with paint spraying equipment.  TurboFIB provides many of the advantages of UniFIB PSP, but with faster response (1 kHz) and reduced temperature sensitivity.  This paint formulation may be excited effectively from 380-nm to 550-nm, however, 400-nm radiation from LM2X-DM-400 LED modules is recommended.  The paint may be applied to most surfaces, though it is recommended that plastics and rapid prototyping resins first be coated with SCR-XXX (Screen layer) or FB-XXX (FIB Basecoat) to protect the surface from solvent damage.  The calibration of TurboFIB (shown below) is very stable and repeatable thus TurboFIB is recommended for advanced/professional PSP users who seek high quality data. Paint is sold in quantities of 200-ml, 400-ml.  Custom quantities are available upon request. Surface coverage is approximately 1 m2 per liter.

Specifications

Pressure sensitivity 0.8% per kPa
Pressure range 0-kPa to 200-kPa
Temperature sensitivity  0.4% per °C
Temperature range 0°C to 50°C
Response time < 1-ms
Excitation 380-nm to 520-nm
Emission 620-nm to 750-nm
Photo-degradation rate 1% per hour
Shelf life 12-months
Filter 610-nm
Light Source 400-nm

 TurboFIB


Downloads

Painting instructions: PDF

SDS: PDF

Data sheet: PDF

Calibration (PSP-CCD-M): TurboFIB

Calibration (PCO.1600): TurboFIB


Available quantities: 200-ml, 400-ml

Surface coverage is approximately 1 square meter  per liter. 

TurboFIB

Calbration of TurboFIB PSP

 

TurboFIB Spectra

Emission spectra of TurboFIB™ PSP

Excited using LM2X-DM-400 LED

 


Porous Fast Response PSP

(Product ID: FP-XXX)

FP Kit  

Porous Fast-Response PSP is a three component, single-luminophore high speed pressure sensitive paint (PSP) formulated to provide high speed response (>10kHz) suitable for unsteady pressure   measurements with high pressure sensitivity.  The temperature sensitivity of these paints is higher than UniFIB or TurboFIB so this PSP is best suited for isothermal environments.  This paint comes in three parts. Determine how much PSP you need for your application and measure out part A by volume.  Part B will be measured out 4% by volume of part A (a reusable measuring syringe is provided with the order for convenience). Shake the part A and B mixture well.  This mixture is to be sprayed with paint spraying equipment on to the surface of study with a wet application to achieve a smooth finish.  This application is the base layer. Once the base layer is dry, apply part C with paint spraying equipment, the overspray.  The overspray, part C, may be reapplied more than once.  A typical order would be a 100mL kit which would consist of three containers: 100 mL of part A, 5 mL of part B, 100mL of part C.

Specifications

Pressure sensitivity 0.6% per kPa
Pressure range 0-kPa to 200-kPa
Temperature sensitivity  3.6% per °C
Temperature range 0°C to 80°C
Response time < 100-µs
Excitation 380-nm to 550-nm
Emission 600-nm to 720-nm
Photo-degradation rate 1% per minute
Shelf life 3-months
Filter 610-nm

 FP


Downloads

Painting instructions: PDF

SDS – Part A: PDF

SDS – Part B: PDF

SDS – Part C: PDF

Data sheet: PDF

Reference: PDF

Calibration (PCO.1600): Fast Porous PSP


Available quantities: 100-ml 

For the 100-ml quantity, the coverage is about 1 square foot.  

  

FP

Calibration of Porous Fast-Response PSP

  

FP Spectra

Emission Spectra of Porous Fast-Response PSP

 Excited using LM2X-DM-400 LED

 

Fast Porous PSP jet injection data2

Mean and unsteady pressure distribution on the 3/16-inch normal injection block operating at 703-kPa using fast porous PSP.

 

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The above video shows the Porous Fast PSP framing at 25 kHz on transverse jet injecting into Mach 2.0 flow

 

 

To order Fast Pressure Sensitive Paints, please contact Mr. Steve Palluconi at (937) 630-3012 ext. 104 and spalluconi@innssi.com