XRay Solution

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XRay Cleaner Solutions and Films(14)
XRay Solution Automatic(17)
XRay Solution Manual(6)
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• Premixed developer and fixer for all rollerless film processors and manual processing tanks • Contains Fixscent • Color-coded system to...
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PANOPRO Developer and Fixer were specifically developed for Peri-type processors. All-temperature formula works in machines with or...
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Ready-to-Use Fixer has rapid clearing time and low levels of sulphur dioxide fumes and aluminum hardener. Ready-to-Use Developer ensures...
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Xtender Developer and Fixer is designed for the Xtender film processor and provides average of 3 months of film processing from 1...
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Ready-to-Use Fixer has rapid clearing time and low levels of sulphur dioxide fumes and aluminum hardener. • High-quality; produced under...
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• Designed to produce archival quality on all types and brands of dental X-ray film, as well as all brands of automatic film processors •...
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IFP Developer is formulated to produce archival X-rays in seconds while maintaining the diagnostic quality of conventional solutions and...
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IFP Fixer is formulated to produce archival X-rays in seconds while maintaining the diagnostic quality of conventional solutions and...
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Handi-Chem Developer and Fixer is used for manual developing of x-ray film, hand tank use only. Makes 1 gallon of each working strength...

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