Processing Chemicals

Processing Chemicals

Shop our line of fingerprint processing chemicals. A reagent is only as good as it’s chemist. We’ve teamed with the most passionate, quality driven chemists to bring you our new line of pure, high quality reagents. The best part? We’ve kept the prices low and our stock high.
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  1. Physical Developer

    Physical Developer

    A technical information sheet and procedure recommendations are included with each set, which includes A and B solutions. Physical developer is a silver-based aqueous reagent that reacts with the components of sebaceous sweat in latent fingerprints to form a silver-gray deposit. Physical developer is superior in sensitivity... Learn More
    #A-2622
    $80.50
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  2. RAM Mixture Dye Stain - 500 ml

    RAM Mixture Dye Stain - 500 ml

    This fluorescent stain mixture of Rhodamine 6G, Ardrox, and MBD is used with an alternate light source after the cyanoacrylate development of latent prints. Available as a premix liquid. 500 ml. Bottle Shelf life of 12-18 months. ... Learn More
    #A-26581
    $25.70
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  3. RAY Mixture - 500 mL

    RAY Mixture - 500 mL

    This mixture of Basic Red 28, Ardrox, and Basic Yellow 40 provides a wide range of fluorescence with cyanoacrylate developed prints. Available as a premix liquid. 500 ml. Bottle... Learn More
    #A-26561
    $23.50
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  4. Rhodamine 6G Dye Stain

    Rhodamine 6G Dye Stain

    Rhodamine 6G is a fluorescent dye used to make cyanoacrylate developed latent prints more visible on various colored surfaces. Hit with a laser or alternate light source between 495-540nm. A-26481 Chemical Shelf Life: 2 years Working Solution Shelf Life: 2 years A-PF045 Chemical Shelf Life: 1 year Working Solution She... Learn More
  5. Silver Nitrate - Spray - 8 oz

    Silver Nitrate - Spray - 8 oz

    Silver nitrate solutions are light sensitive and when they combined with the salt deposits of latent print residue, they will develop dark brown latents. Silver nitrate will stain most materials, and the stain is extremely difficult to remove. Prints developed with this method will not fade. On the contrary, they will conti... Learn More
    #A-2674
    $33.20
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