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Ready-to-use Developer and Fixer are packaged in a 2.5 gallon containers for use in GENDEX, CORDELL and other processors that recirculate...
Xtender Developer and Fixer is designed for the Xtender film processor and provides average of 3 months of film processing from 1...
• Ready-to-use chemicals • Designed for use in all brands and types of automatic roller processors
• Ready-to-use chemicals • Designed for use in all brands and types of automatic roller processors
For rollerless type automatic film processors. Contains 3 quarts each of developer and fixer
Patterson X-ray Solution contains premixed chemicals for automatic roller processors. • No need for dilution; use directly from the...
PANOPRO Developer and Fixer were specifically developed for Peri-type processors. All-temperature formula works in machines with or...
PANOPRO Developer and Fixer were specifically developed for Peri-type processors. All-temperature formula works in machines with or...
Ready-to-Use Fixer has rapid clearing time and low levels of sulphur dioxide fumes and aluminum hardener. Ready-to-Use Developer ensures...
• Ready-to-use chemicals • Designed for use in all brands and types of automatic roller processors
• Ready-to-use auto process chemicals for rollerless processors • Ensures proper film developing • Premixed formula makes it fast and...
PANOPRO Developer and Fixer were specifically developed for Peri-type processors. All-temperature formula works in machines with or...

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