This Paterson Developing Tray is constructed of a hard durable, chemical resistant plastic, and is available for all popular print sizes in 3 colors to help differentiate between chemicals under safelight conditions.
This is a single gray tray that is 12 x 16" (30.5 x 40.6cm) in dimension, for prints up to 11 x 14".
The trays base design gives maximum economy of solution and easy print removal, with a convenient pouring lip for drip-free emptying.
They are available individually or in sets of 3 with one of each color.
Need to know the maximum outer dimensions fro lip ...
Need to know the maximum outer dimensions fro lip to lip of 12x16(11x14) trays ?
Asked by: Ira
11" x 14"- od is 14" x 18"
12" x 16"- od is 15" x 20"
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-07-08
How many ml of solution is needed with this tray ...
How many ml of solution is needed with this tray to develop photo paper?
Asked by: Joshua
I'll answer this the best I can:
In most cases, I use between 2,000 and 2,500 ml or a little over half a gallon to adequately submerge the print. This is when I plan to develop multiple prints.
However, at times, if I only develop 1 or 2 prints, I leave the tank empty and simply pour enough solution over the print to complete the developing process which also works well and you can simply pour the solution back in the container once finished.
Hope this helps.