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Kodak Flexicolor (C-41) Bleach III Replenisher, Part A for Color Negative Film - Makes 12.5 Gallons

B&H # KOFBRA12.5G MFR # 8184038
Kodak Flexicolor (C-41) Bleach III Replenisher, Part A


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Kodak Flexicolor Chemicals, Process C-41, are for processing Kodak color negative films such as Kodak Professional Porta Films, as well as and other manufacturers' films.

These chemicals are supplied in all-liquid concentrates for easy mixing, and designed for optimum results in all types of processors.

One of each of the following chemicals is needed to complete the process:

  • Kodak Flexicolor Developer
  • Kodak Flexicolor Bleach III
  • Kodak Flexicolor Fixer & Replenisher
  • Kodak Flexicolor Stabilizer III & Replenisher

Part A Flexicolor Bleach III Replenisher (C-41) bottle to make 12-1/2 gallons. Kodak Flexicolor Bleach III Replenisher offers excellent performance with less iron and chelates. (Both parts are required to prepare replenisher solution.)

Use this bleach as a replenisher or mix it with starter to prepare a tank solution. You can also regenerate bleach overflow to reduce chemical costs and chemical discharge.

Note: C-41RA film process cycle is the shortest of the Process C-41 cycles and the one most commonly used in minilabs.

Use Kodak Flexicolor Bleach RA Bleach Replenisher NR and Kodak Flexicolor RA Fixer and Replenisher in this cycle. It requires special equipment, higher agitation. Intended to be a washless cycle.

UPC: 041778184035
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Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.4 x 9.6 x 9.6"
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