Photoluminiscent tile for beaconing or signaling


Photoluminescent tile It is made of a thermosetting material and is composed of aluminates and recycled materials, as well as a Titanium Dioxide coating. Once charged, its function is to signal and mark areas of poor lighting on tourist routes such as archeological and astrological ones, running paths, bridges for pedestrians, several port applications, itineraries in natural parks, viewpoints, sports courts, bike lanes, among others.


  • It is activated with sunlight or artificial light.
  • It allows visibility in dark conditions or in poorly lit areas.
  • It is resistant to water and ultraviolet rays (suitable for outdoor).
  • Very high shock resistance.
  • Once the piece is charged, the luminescence lasts from 10 to 12 hours in dark conditions.

How to use

  • Photoluminescent tile is fixed to any wall, using a fixing resin.

Formats available

  • Circular: Ø 70 mm
  • Square: 71×65 mm 
  • Arrow: 70×50 mm
  • Rectangular: 70×40 mm

To be considered

  • No light has to strike directly on the tile to appreciate, the full luminance.

(*)Logarithmic extrapolation according to UNE 23035 until the time in which the luminance is of 0,3 mcd/m2

The technical data reflected are based on the technical knowledge obtained in external laboratories and by our technicians.