*NEW* Quantum Blacks – Gamma Irradiated
Gamma radiation, also known as gamma rays, refers to electromagnetic radiation of extremely high frequencies. Characterized by deep penetration and low dose rates, gamma radiation effectively kills all living cells, including bacteria and microorganisms, throughout a product and its packaging. The process causes little effect on the temperature of the product. Because gamma rays are pure energy, they do not create residues, nor do they have sufficient energy to impart radioactivity. Even high-density products such as heavy, viscous pigments can be processed and used with confidence.
Quantum Tattoo Ink is contracted with a third party medical and pharmaceutical industry-leading sterilization company, who specializes in the use of state-of-the-art high-precision irradiators, or gamma rays. After each irradiation process, Quantum Tattoo Ink receives a certification verifying the success of the completed irradiation sterilization process. The certifications contain a lot number, which will be noted on each bottle of ink. All Quantum Tattoo Ink products undergo rigorous lab testing procedures for spore, Staphylococcus, Bacillus, Micrococcus, yeast, biological and fungal bioburdens, as well as sterility. No residuals, no radioactivity.
Quantum Tattoo Ink wants to insure all of our clients that we do everything in our power to thoroughly test the pigments we make on us, the human being. We worked with a group of true veteran tattooers who used all of our pigments numerous times in tattoos which healed properly, over the course of our development phase. This is done to insure proper particle size, density, viscosity, and to test that there are no allergic properties to each and every one of our specially designed pigments. Quantum Tattoo inks has learned from years of prior pigment design experience that we will not let any pigment leave the lab unless we know we are selling you, the tattooer, a premium product we can be proud of.
Quantum Tattoo Inks are made from earth pigments, glycerin, and Listerine and is not tested on animals.