SL3100 Water Tracing Dyes
Water FLUORESCENT Dyes SL3100
Water FLUORESCENT Dyes SL3100 is a concentrated water-soluble dye containing Fluorescein disodium salt in a compound of water and glycol solvent system. The product is a dark colored liquid and can be mixed with water or antifreeze fluid in various amounts. Fluorescent SL3100 has excellent fluorescence characteristics and light fastness even if in high pH environment. The product was designed for use in antifreeze, water tracing, and a variety of other chemical applications.
Water tracing dyes SL-3100 are used by public works departments, hydro geologists, engineers, sanitary authorities to trace water. Applications include:
A: Detecting leaks in sewage systems, ponds and closed systems
B: Detecting toilet tank leaks in plumbing tracing and septic system tracing
C: Detecting illegal sewer connections
D: Monitoring water flow and mapping
Three easy steps:
The following recommendations are provided as a starting point for typical applications. Actual dosage will depend on desired color strength as well as background color of base material.
Water 300 to 400ppm
antifreeze fluid 400 to 500ppm
SL3100 water-based fluorescent UV Dye:
1) Water: 300 to 400 PPM. That is 1:3000-1.2:3000. That means 1L water dye can treat 3000L water in the leak detection service.
2) Antifreeze fluid: 400 to 500PPM. That is 1.2:3000 – 1.5:3000. That means 1L water dye can treat 3000L antifreeze fluid in the service.
1. Turn the system off and pour in the appropriate Reveal Additive,Add than class:1000:1~500:1
2. Run the system to circulate the additive
3. Shine the UV lamp on the system and spot the fluorescent glow of any leaks – big or small
Make your work easier with easy to see, easy to use Fluorescent Dye Tracing Products from Bright Dyes.
Bright Dyes are used to:
• Detect leaks in sewage systems
• Trace water and industrial effluents
• Trace cross connection systems
• Measure power plant discharge
• Detect toilet tank leaks
• Detect illegal sewer connections
• Monitor flow studies and mapping
• Analyze septic systems