Automatic Film Processing Chemicals

Automatic x-ray processors take an exposed x-ray film and develops it by exposing it to a series of chemicals at precise temperatures and for precise times. These systems rely on having the proper chemicals for processing these films. The chemicals include a starter that begins the chemical reactions that develop the film, as well as developer and fixer chemicals that produce the x-ray image and then stop the chemical reactions in order to maintain the final image. Additional chemicals are used to clean the automatic film processing system. Any practice using film x-rays should maintain a ready supply of the chemicals necessary to process the films as well as those needed to keep the processor clean and working properly.

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Air Techniques Developer & Fixer

Air Techniques Developer & Fixer

Air Techniques, Inc.

  • Film Types: A/T 2000 Models
  • Processor Type: A/T 2000 XR
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Air Techniques Starter

Air Techniques Starter

Air Techniques, Inc.

  • Film Types: A/T 2000 Models
  • Processor Type: A/T 2000 XR
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Formula 2000 Plus Tank and Transport Cleaner
  • Film Types: A/T 2000 and Peri-Pro Models
  • Processor Type: Roller Transport Processors
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Peri-Pro Developer & Fixer

Peri-Pro Developer & Fixer

Air Techniques, Inc.

  • Film Types: All Models of Peri-Pro
  • Processor Type: Peri-Pro Model
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Spray 2000 Plus Roller Transport Cleaner
  • Film Types: A/T 2000 Models
  • Processor Type: Roller-Type Film Processors Only
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