Ilford PQ Universal Paper Developer, 5 Liter

Ilford PQ Universal Paper Developer, 5 Liter

Ilford PQ Universal Paper Developer, 5 Liter

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Ilford PQ Universal Paper Developer, 5 Liter

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Ilford PQ Universal Paper and Film  Developer, is a liquid concentrate dimezones/ hydroquinone developer suitable for the dish/tray developing of all (resin coated)RC and (fiber based)FB black and white photographic papers.

PQ developer is used at a dilution of 1+9 it is clean working and has excellent keeping properties.

This developer gives a slightly warm of neutral image tone with most papers.

In addition PQ Universal can be used to dish/tray process ILFORD and some other technical films.

It is also suitable for dish/tray developing of general purpose sheet films when a fast working, high contrast developer is needed and a high degree of enlargement is not required.

For film processing applications it is diluted either 1+9 (high contrast) or 1+19 (pictorial contrast).

PQ Universal developer is designed for use at ambient room temperatures, nominally 20°C/68°F.

Note: PQ Universal is not recommended for processing general purpose 35mm and roll film formats, or for high temperature or machine processing applications

UPC: 019498757310
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Chemistry Type Paper Developer
Powder/Liquid Liquid
Liquid Volume 1 x 1.3  gal / 5.0  L
Packaging Info
Package Weight 14.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.5 x 6.5 x 5.5"
PQ Universal Paper Developer, 5 Liter is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well; has no metol This print developer works well, keeps a long time as concentrate and has a high capacity diluted in the tray. Best of all it doesn't use metol as a developing agent so I don't have to worry about contracting contact dermatitis (which would be terrible, since it might stop me from using metol-based D23 for my film developing). I've used it with Ilford, Forte, and Foma FB paper and it works equally well with all of them
Date published: 2013-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Standard Dev. for Ilfor B&W Papers I am a traditional LF photographer printing from film negs (normally TMAX 400). I find this developer gives very good range of tones at all print contrast levels 1 - 4. Predictable & consistant results for the glossy Multigrade FB paper I use most often.
Date published: 2010-08-08
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