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HP Combi Plan T Lid for the HP Combi Plan Film Processing Tank

B&H # HPTLCCPT Mfr # 459409
Usually ships in 7-14 business days

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This is a special order item and is non-cancelable and non-returnable. Est. arrival at B&H is 7-14 business days (subject to availability). Your order will be charged at time of shipment.

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For international orders, credit cards will be charged at time you place your order.

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You Pay: $9.95

The T Tank Lid for the HP Combi Plan film processing tank is made from an extra strong, flexible plastic material. This ensures that the lid fits securely on the HP Combi tank body and makes inversion agitation possible, the best developing method known.

The opening in the lid for filling and draining is provided with a ventilation slot and can be fitted with a light-tight screw-in nipple No.459421, which accepts the funnel No.459425 or the leak proof cap No.459422.


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T Lid for the HP Combi Plan Film Processing Tank

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Part of purchase of developing tank

By Len

from Evanston, IL

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  • Easily Cleaned


    Best Uses

    • Developing

    Comments about T Lid for the HP Combi Plan Film Processing Tank:

    I've been using an HP Combi Plan developing tank to wash my 4 x 5 b/w negatives after developing them. I use a drum on a roller base to develop the negatives, but it is reassuring to have the tank to use in case I want to develop a lot of negatives at the same time, but for normal use it uses too much fluid.I have one such tank, but it is chipped and the film holder is broken, so I thought I ought to replace it.The only place I could find the tank was at B&H Photo. But it is sold separately in three parts: the tank, the film holder, and the cover.

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