Abbey Color is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of uranine. Uranine goes by many other names, including:

  • Fluorescein, sodium salt
  • Fluorescein, water soluble
  • Uranine WSS
  • Sodium Fluorescein

Antifreeze with automotive dye made with uranine.In industrial applications, this versatile greenish-yellow fluorescent dye is used to color automotive coolants (anti-freeze), dying wool and silk, as an Air-Sea rescue marker, ground water tracing dye, soap solutions and the coloring of agrochemicals and fertilizers.

Abbey Color offers the powdered form of uranine dye up to 90% dye content. Abbey Color manufactures two forms of uranine liquid concentrate liquid:

  1. The sodium salt form up to 40%
  2. The potassium salt form up to 44%

Uranine can be used in water tracing applications.

Uranine from Abbey Color – Benefits

As the leading producer of uranine, Abbey Color offers the following benefits:

  • Guaranteed consistent quality material
  • Supply of single lots of up to 1,500 pounds
  • Larger single lot quantities available upon request
  • Uranine is in stock and can ship immediately, with overnight shipping available upon request
  • Offered as both a powder and concentrated liquid of varying strengths
  • Competitive pricing

What is Uranine/Fluoroscein?

Fluorescein is an orange-red powdered compound, molecular formula C20H12O5, that exhibits intense greenish-yellow fluorescence in alkaline solution and is used in medicine for diagnostic purposes, in ophthalmology to reveal corneal lesions, and as a textile dye. The water soluble form of fluorescein is used in oceanography as a tracer. (Sources: The Free Dictionary – Fluorescein andThe Medical Free Dictionary – Fluorescein). Further,

Fluorescein is a fluorophore commonly used in microscopy, in a type of dye laser as the gain medium, and in forensics and serology to detect latent blood stains. Fluorescein has an absorption maximum at 494 nm and emission maximum of 521 nm (in water). … Fluorescein also has an isosbestic point (equal absorption for all pH values) at 460 nm.”
(Source: Wikipedia, 2010, Fluorescein).

Abbey Color – Your Uranine/Fluoroscein Manufacturer and Supplier

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