Paramagnetic paint



Paramagnetic paint is paint with the ability to simply change color when it is receiving electricity and this change is called electroluminescence.

There are many videos in circulation addressing the paramagnetic coating hoax. The videos are done with changing hue/saturation on the selected car aria in photo shop – although – looks for real.

Nevertheless such paint would be within the possibilities based on electroluminescent characteristics and would set a total new perspective in the industry.

Paramagnetic paint is a modification of LitCoat electroluminescent paint system based on applying cross linked LitCoat paint layers.

Video from client on his first attempt to apply his LitCoat electroluminescent paint with airbrush. Instead to show-off perfect samples – LitCoat prefers to show simple first attempts and leave further awesome creativity to the clients.

Below you can see the improvident when applied with airbrush or when spray painting it. –

Video from client on his first attempt to apply his LitCoat electroluminescent paint with the paintbrush.
Although it is better to use the air-spray or Preval spray as applicator – the paintbrush provides great insights and better understanding of electroluminescent paint.
Again – Instead to show-off perfect samples – LitCoat prefers to show simple first attempts and leave further creativity to the clients.

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Although it is better to use the air-spray or Preval spray as applicator – the paintbrush provides great insights and better understanding of electroluminescent paint.
Again – Instead to show-off perfect samples – LitCoat prefers to show simple first attempts and leave further creativity to the clients.

We received many question about paramagnetic paint and basically the questions where about if I could explain how the procedure it and how to create multi colors on a panel and then make it change colors.

There are many companies working on this obviously to take part in this tremendous market arena.

Mind you, paramagnetic paint is within constantly R&D as there are many new improved emerging materials available or new nano materials or combinations thereof.

LitCoat’s Electroluminescent Paint Prides Itself On Ease Of Use Via Spray Cans.


You could do it with using 2 or 3 sets of the sandwiched layers as they are opaque and shine through each-other. So first is conductive layer – dielectric layer – EL layer (green) – conductive layer – protection layer – and you repeat the structure. Conductive layer – dielectric layer – EL layer (red) – conductive layer – protection layer – conductive layer – dielectric layer – EL layer (blue) – conductive layer – protection layer.

The LitCoat R&D Kickstarter package contains the electroluminescent paint system to have the paramagnetic system going.

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Just some more general info about it:

LitCoat electroluminescent paint Kick-starter package
The package comes with Dazzling Green.
If you want additional colors we have:  Electric Orange or Electric blue – 2oz is USD110
LitCoat additional colors
Also we have premium high bright White

Additional colors can only be ordered with the kick-start package as we put them in the same box otherwise the Fedex cost would exceed the product cost.
This is just to inform you…

Please note – you have to spray as conformal coating just very thin – 2 or 3mils or Meßgröße 50 – 70μm (0.05 – 0.07mm) is sufficient.

From here you can energize the layers 1 – 2 – 3 or simultaneously 2 -3 or simultaneously 1 -2 or 1 -3 as multilayer will provide together a new color.

Not energized is color 1
Energized layer 1 is color 2
Energized layer 2 is color 3
Energized layer 1 + layer 2 is color 4
Etc.

paramagnetic paint

The paramagnetic paint colors are given by the special formulated LitCoat enhanced EL pigment and differentiation in layer structure.

Of-course you have to do some R&D for your desired settings and that goes with some trial and error but I consider this as the fun part.

I’m not a big fan of applying multi sets as the effect with 1 set is already awesome but there are so many opportunities here.

It is a time consuming and high skilled process with as per above, it goes with some trial and error.

(Read more hereParamagnetic Electroluminescent Paint )