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

BH #PAT20W • MFR #PTP328
Paterson
Paterson Plastic Developing Tray for 20 x 24" Prints (24 x 28", White)
Key Features
  • Ribbed Base for Easy Print Removal
  • Pouring Lip at One Corner
  • Chemical-Resistant Plastic Construction
  • Stackable Design
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.

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Paterson PTP328 Overview

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

Paterson PTP328 Specs

MaterialPlastic
Dimensions24 x 28" / 61 x 71.1 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.55 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)28 x 24 x 4"
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I'm looking for a tray that can handle exactly 24x24 (not 2024) tintypes. Will this tray work, or is inner base dimensions too small?
Asked by: Ross
No it does not. It's inner dimension fits 25x 21
Answered by: Raoul D.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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what are the physical dimensions of the tray? (so I can make sure it will fit in my darkroom sink)
Asked by: Kate B.
Sorry for the delay. Outer dimensions are about 24 x 28.5 with the lip, 4 3/4 depth. The spout side is about 29 in length.
Answered by: Ryan P.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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how deep is this?
Asked by: Anonymous
4 inches.
Answered by: Dave P
Date published: 2018-08-27
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