Paterson Plastic Developing Tray for 20 x 24" Prints (24 x 28", White)

Paterson Plastic Developing Tray for 20 x 24" Prints (24 x 28", White)

Paterson Plastic Developing Tray for 20 x 24" Prints (24 x 28", White)

B&H # PAT20W MFR # PTP328
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Product Highlights

  • Ribbed Base for Easy Print Removal
  • Pouring Lip at One Corner
  • Chemical-Resistant Plastic Construction
  • Stackable Design
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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 white tray that measures 24 x 28" and is designed to accommodate print sizes up to 20 x 24".

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.
Stackable for easy storage
UPC: 116140625321
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  • 1Description
Dimensions 24 x 28" / 61 x 71.1 cm
Designed for print sizes up to 20 x 24" / 50.8 x 61 cm
Weight Not specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight 4.55 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 28.0 x 24.0 x 4.0"
Plastic Developing Tray for 20 x 24" Prints (24 x 28", White) is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what I needed I dye my own fabrics for quilting and want to start marbling my fabrics. What I was missing was a try large enough for a fat quarter. Most of the trays for marbling are too flimsy or too small. I did a web search and found this site and these trays and they are perfect! Perfect size for a fat quarter, sturdy enough so I can transfer the mixture into a storage container for next time and the pouring spout makes the transfer so much easier. This is a perfect tray. So glad I found you. There was a delay in filling and shipping my order by 1 week. I am thinking the company was on vacation. But the company communicated with me and the tray arrived before I expected it.
Date published: 2015-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Enormous trays These things are massive. Super heavy plastic doesn't feel like it would crack like some of the more brittle plastic trays out there. Don't even bother with the others if you need to print 20x24 paper, get these. Best deal for the money. They are very generous in size allowing you to grab the paper easily with tongs.
Date published: 2016-02-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A little wobbly These are decent trays for the size and price. However, they are a little wobbly and you have to be extremely careful and deft when pouring your chemistry out of the trays. They will twist and cause a wave, which if you are not quick, will splash all over you and your floor. I see no reason why these trays wouldn't last you a lifetime if you took care of them. There is plenty of room in between the edge of a 20x24 piece of paper and the tray to pick up your paper with both hands and flip it over. Definitely a good size for developing 20x24.
Date published: 2015-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality product, good value I often print on 20 x 24 B&W paper. This tray is large enough to handle the paper with ease and the grooved bottom makes it much easier to get ahold of the paper with tongs. I was concerned about quality, as this tray was less expensive than other large trays I had seen, but it seems to be a top quality and durable product.
Date published: 2014-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect tray for big prints Just the right size to process and develop my alternative photography 22in x 15in prints either cyanotype or gum print or combination of both.
Date published: 2017-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great! I've had Paterson trays in sizes from 5x7 thru 16 x 20 and these are heavy duty.
Date published: 2016-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent tray This is a very sturdy tray. It feel very high quality. It is NOT thin and brittle plastic, but rather a thicker kind-of denser plastic, which means (I think) it will not crack. Which is perfect. After all, who wants to pay 45 bucks for something that cracks. I used it to develop 20x24 paper, which I had never done, and was unsure of the best way to proceed. I didn't want to buy three $45 trays. So instead, I bought just the one, and used a ONE TRAY METHOD. Simply put, you keep your developing chemicals in one gallon buckets, and simply pour them (one at a time) onto the print, and then empty them back into the buckets. The tray has a pouring spout in one corner which makes this easy. I placed the bucket in a sink, in order to control what little might slash out. By the way... one gallon fills up this tray to a depth of 3/8 inch or so, which is perfectly fine. These trays have high sides, so it is very easy to gently rock the tray up and down, producing a gentle wave that washes over the print. It's actually very relaxing to do. When you rock smaller trays, they tend to splash... but not this tray. Given the high cost of 20x24 paper, I assume people are doing only one print at a time... and taking their time... and being careful. Which means using a one tray method is not so limitiing as it seems. So anyway... this was an excellent purchase.
Date published: 2015-01-04
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