Kodak Professional Fixer (To Make 1 gal)

BH #KOFG • MFR #5160320
Kodak
Kodak Professional Fixer (To Make 1 gal)
Key Features
  • Powder Fixer for B&W Film and Paper
  • Hardening Formula
Kodak Professional Fixer is a general-purpose hardening fixer for use with both black and white film and paper. Its powder formula has a long shelf life and mixes to make 1 gallon of working solution.
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Kodak 5160320 Overview

Kodak Professional Fixer is a general-purpose hardening fixer for use with both black and white film and paper. Its powder formula has a long shelf life and mixes to make 1 gallon of working solution.

Kodak 5160320 Specs

Chemistry TypeFixer
Powder/LiquidPowder
Material Weight1 x 1.54 lb / 700 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.57 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.8 x 7.05 x 1"
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Does anyone know how many rolls of 120 a gallon ...

Does anyone know how many rolls of 120 a gallon will process? Or does it depend a lot on the film?
Asked by: JASON
it depends how you use the developer. a 120 film needs between 500 and 600 ml depending of the container you use to develop. if you use it stock, some people says that you can reuse it two more times, so one gallon can be used for 19-22 120 rolls. or if you use it 1+1 as I do, I don't reuse the developer for safety reasons. 1+1 with no reuse 12-14 120 rolls for gallon. This are the most popular ways to develop Black and white film.
Answered by: Juan Camilo
Date published: 2019-06-12

If I want to just make 1L instead of 3.8L, can I ...

If I want to just make 1L instead of 3.8L, can I just weight the equivalent and prepare it?. For ex: 700g = 2.8L (1galon) 184g = 1.0L
Asked by: Angel
I have had similar thoughts with the idea of using small quantities as a one-shot solution. The concern I have had is that the constituents in the packet might not be thoroughly mixed, which would lead to batch-to-batch variation. I plan to experiment by making a concentrated solution using the entire package in order to ensure consistency for one-shot applications. The intent is to benefit from an increased shelf life of the concentrated solution over a stock dilution while ensuring batch-to-batch consistency of constituent ingredients.
Answered by: Warren
Date published: 2019-03-05

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Can I reuse fixer? If so, when do I know it's become exhausted?
Asked by: Alison P.
I don't agree that fixer should be thrown away after one use. It's not cheap enough to waste. For prints I use the two bath fixer method. You discard the first tray after it is worn out, the second tray becomes the first tray, and you put fresh fixer in the second tray. I test my fixer frequently with a fixer tester.
Answered by: JAMES M.
Date published: 2019-08-03

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how long does stock solution of fixer last if stored away from light?
Asked by: Anonymous
Kodak suggests a 8 week life in a stoppered bottle. However, I have stretched out my stock solution for up to 6 months.Keep in mind, I mix up 3 gallon batches in a tank for student use. Perfect consistency or a guaranteed archival fix is not as important for us as getting a first experience with hand processing film. Also, we use fresh fix in each developing tank instead of reusing fix solution from previous developing runs.
Answered by: Peter B.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What is the working solution dilution ? It does not say on the bag.
Asked by: Chad S.
Mix with distilled water as per the instructions. That IS the working solution dilution. Keep a record of usage.
Answered by: William C.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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What is the dilution for paper? For film?
Asked by: Anonymous
I use the same dilution for both. The times are indicated on the back I use 2 min for RC paper/ 6 min. for Kodak tmax 100 film.
Answered by: julia k.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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do you mix with water?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes
Answered by: Trenton W.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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