[ RadSafe ] Seeking Uranium Supplier

Philip Simpson phils at umich.edu
Mon Feb 29 16:04:02 CST 2016

Have you checked New Brunswick Lab (DOE)? They still list natural uranium metal among their uranium CRM’s

Phil Simpson
Engineer II
University of Michigan
Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences

> On Feb 29, 2016, at 3:16 PM, Eisenhauer, Jessica <Jessica.Eisenhauer at vermont.gov> wrote:
> We are currently having a hard time finding a supplier for natural uranium that has the appropriate license to ship the material to our laboratory in the US. In 2013 the licensing requirements were changed on the supplier side and we cannot order from Eckert and Ziegler like we have for the past 20+ years.
> We possess an NRC byproduct license and a general license for natural uranium. We are a drinking water laboratory and I'm hoping someone can help me find a different supplier for natural uranium. NIST currently has no stock. The list of suppliers that was posted a couple of months ago has not yielded any hits. Any suggestions are appreciated.
> Regards,
> Jessica Eisenhauer, M.S.
> PH Chemist IV/ RSO
> Vermont Department of Health Laboratory
> 359 South Park Drive, Colchester, VT 05446
> (802) 338-4737 (new)
> Jessica.Eisenhauer at Vermont.gov<mailto:Jessica.Eisenhauer at Vermont.gov>
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