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What tracing dye colours are available?

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Tracing dyes, different colours, dye trace testing, flourescent Tracing dyes come in a wide variety of colours. Depending on your use, environment, or situation you may need a particular colour (or colours) so that it contrasts with your environment. For example, you may need a fluorescent dye so that it is easily visible in dark areas. You can even use multiple colours to test multiple pipelines at once.
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Blue

Although any colour can be used in clear water, blue dye is not fluorescent or as easily visible in large bodies of water, so is best used for small domestic applications such as drain and pipe analysis.

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Green

If you are working in a large body of water that is a little murky or brown then either green or yellow dye would suit your purposes best, especially if you are using visual methods of tracing.

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Yellow

As with the green dye, yellow is best used when working in murky or muddy waters because it is clearly visible to the naked eye.

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Red

If the waters you are working with are green in colour then you are best using the red dye as this will create the greatest contrast for visual tracing.

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Purple

Purple dye is great for use on clear waters as its darker shade is readily visible.