Traser H3 Watches
In 1930, after tritium watches the paint being used on the hands and numbers. This technology was originally a Top Secret and restricted use of military watches. The paint is a mixture of tritium and tritium phosphor on clocks. Natural tritium radio - active and there is no external source of light, or to work for a fee. As it decays, tritium phosphor atoms to emit photons and electron mode, or a group of excited electrons that light stimulates the beta radiation, emits. They are on the ground (non-excited) state, as back light glows. UV light from the sun or other light sources with phosphor to be excited. Thus, tritium luminous paint, glow in the dark, no external light source to any liability, relies on tritium radioactivity. Tritium, with a half life of 12.3 years, half of a half-life of tritium is simply that it takes time to decay. So long as there is enough tritium paint, the watch will glow for years. Due to the toxicity of tritium based paint, the MB-microbe developed a new technology in Traser H3 Watches. Uses tritium gas sealed in the bottle. But it creates a coating on a single vial of tritium gas to glow. A level of radiation risk is too short for the wearer. The technology Tracer H3, Lumina and Marathon military watches has been used. In recent years SRB of Canada has created a similar system, such as the Smith and Wesson, Rescuer Night manufacturers are used. Brightness 90% - SRB tritium as well as the MB-microbe technology, only about 80 offers is not developed.