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Paterson Super System 4 Multi-Reel 3 Developing Tank

BH #PAT353 • MFR #PTP116
Paterson
Paterson Super System 4 Multi-Reel 3 Developing Tank
Key Features
  • Fits 3 x 35mm or 2 x 120/220 Rolls
  • Center Column, Funnel, and Lid Included
  • Supplied Without Reels
  • High-Impact Polystyrene Construction
Optimized for developing multiple rolls of film at once, this Paterson Super System 4 Multi-Reel 3 Developing Tank can hold up to three 35mm rolls or two 120/220 rolls. Super System 4 tanks feature a high-impact polystyrene design that's durable, lightweight, and easy to clean. Included with this tank is a matching center column, funnel, lid, and agitator rod; reels are not included, allowing users to build a system of multi-format auto-loading to suit their needs.
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Paterson PTP116 Overview

Optimized for developing multiple rolls of film at once, this Paterson Super System 4 Multi-Reel 3 Developing Tank can hold up to three 35mm rolls or two 120/220 rolls. Super System 4 tanks feature a high-impact polystyrene design that's durable, lightweight, and easy to clean. Included with this tank is a matching center column, funnel, lid, and agitator rod; reels are not included, allowing users to build a system of multi-format auto-loading to suit their needs.

Super System 4

  • High-impact polystyrene construction is durable, lightweight, and easy to clean
  • Included funnel has a unique snap-in design that is light-tight and quick to install and remove
  • Large-diameter design promotes fast filling and dumping speeds for improved developing accuracy
  • Supports both rotary and inversion agitation methods
  • Compatible with Paterson Auto-Load Reels, which are adjustable to accommodate 35mm, 127, and 120/220 film formats

Paterson PTP116 Specs

Format3 x 35mm Film Rolls
or
2 x 120/220 Film Rolls
MaterialPlastic
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.875 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.4 x 6.25 x 6.05"

Paterson PTP116 Reviews

Great Tanks

By Denny
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-05-30

I own two of this size, Olly tanks I'll use.

Excellent product better than stainless steel tanks.

By Mark
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-30

One reason: The speed of pouring the chemistry is unrivaled. Instead of 30 seconds it takes six. I've been developing film for over fifty years. I always used stainless tanks, since my Dad gave me his. I'm a wiz at loading reels. Never a mishap. I'd already bought the smaller version for two 35mm rolls but this allows me to process two 120 films. BTW-I also bought the Paterson Force Film Washer. Excellent pairing.

Shake it baby

By Greg
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-04-29

Works great but I wish the tops were better. Shake it baby .....shake it!

NO REELS!

By Fayad
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2021-04-10

So disappointed. It supposed to be with film reels. I purchased the 2 reels tank before and it came with REELS. There's nothing proving that it has no real this is so confusing. Paterson YOU SHOULD BE MORE CLEAR on this, cuz I don't have time to repurchase some reels again and wait till it comes to Saudi Arabia.

Great

By Sara
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-08-10

Good quality, no leaks, love being able to develop 2 rolls of 120 at a time, the only downside is I wish it came with reels.

Works well.

By Duane
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-07-28

Bees knees. Works well. Light weight.

3-Reel Tank

By Denny
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-28

Paterson tanks are fantastic. I mix a liter of chemicles at a time and this tank is just the right size.

I love this, tank you very much

By Dick
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-11

I was nervous this wouldn't fit into my dark bag, which is rather small, but it does and it doesn't take up much more space than the smaller version. Probably best not to push my luck with the 5-reel tank tho.

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Does this tank come with an inner rod to hold the ...

Does this tank come with an inner rod to hold the reels and a spindle to turn the reels?
Asked by: Frank
Yes
Answered by: Julie
Date published: 2021-06-09

I would like to develop 2 rolls of 120 film at a ...

I would like to develop 2 rolls of 120 film at a time. If I get a 1 quart kit of chemicals will that be enough chemistry or do i need to buy a larger size of chemicals?
Asked by: Tyler
As in the previous answer two 120 rolls do require one liter of solution. A liquid developer that can be mixed more precisely would be easier to use.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2022-01-03

Do I necessarily need to develop either 3 35mm ...

Do I necessarily need to develop either 3 35mm rolls or 2 120 rolls to use it or can I develop just 2 35mm rolls?
Asked by: Erick
You can certainly develop anywhere from 1-3 rolls without any issue.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-04-02

Will it accept the Nikkor/Honeywell stainless ...

Will it accept the Nikkor/Honeywell stainless steel film reels ?
Asked by: Bob
No, stainless steel developing reels are not compatible with this tank.
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2021-07-12

Does this come with 3, 35mm reels?

Does this come with 3, 35mm reels?
Asked by: Bethany
It does not come with any reels.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2022-01-03

question

Is the Paterson Multi-Reel 3 Developing Tank with 3 reels?Or just a tank?I need to buy 3 reels?
Asked by: Chun Hung L.
You will need 3 reels.
Answered by: Michael B.
Date published: 2022-01-03

question

How many ounces does this hold with 2 reels?
Asked by: Debi C.
Thanks to everyone who answered! I'm clear now on how much chemistry to mix to cover 2 rolls of 120 film in this tank.
Answered by: Debi C.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Can I use plastic auto load reels from an Omega tank, or will the Paterson tank only work with Paterson reels?
Asked by: Zach
Tge reels need to 1: fit and more importantly 2: slip over the black 'tube'. This tube aligned to the actual lid ensures it is light tight so any other make needs to be able to slip over the tube. I have used the Paterson reels for over 40 years and in my opinion are the best and easiest to use ... the gripping ball bearings within the reel allows easier loading ... all of course imho
Answered by: robert b.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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