Eco Pro Black and White Paper Developer (5 Gallons)

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Eco Pro
Eco Pro Black and White Paper Developer (5 Gallons)
Key Features
  • Excellent for Warm Tone Paper
  • Rich Blacks, Natural Whites
  • Works Well with Toners
This 5 gallon bottle of Eco Pro Black and White Paper Developer is a liquid developer designed to meet the needs of photographers who enjoy toning prints. The developer produces rich black tones and bright, neutral whites. It works especially well with warm toned paper but will deliver great tonality with both cold and neutral toned paper.
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Eco Pro Tektol Overview

This 5 gallon bottle of Eco Pro Black and White Paper Developer is a liquid developer designed to meet the needs of photographers who enjoy toning prints. The developer produces rich black tones and bright, neutral whites. It works especially well with warm toned paper but will deliver great tonality with both cold and neutral toned paper.

With most papers, prints processed with this developer will offer the widest range of tone (hue) shift when toned with toners such as selenium, sepia and polysulfide (brown)
This is an avid toner's choice, who seeks creative effects while securing rich shadow density
Formulated entirely with low toxicity chemicals
Dilute 1:9 for most applications, and 1:14 when greater control or economy is important
UPC: 894861001050

Eco Pro Tektol Specs

Chemistry TypePaper Developer
Powder/LiquidLiquid
Liquid Volume1 x 5.0  gal / 18.9  L
Packaging Info
Package Weight55 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)18.5 x 10 x 10"
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I live in warm climate the Caribbean to exact so ...

I live in warm climate the Caribbean to exact so my water temp are generally 25-29 degrees all the time. Can I use this developer to develop at such temperatures?
Asked by: Raik
It is important when using this developer to get the temperature down to 20 C, or 68 F. When the temperature is higher it is necessary to greatly shorten the developing time, otherwise the paper can be over developed, and gray out the whites. A little ice can help to lower the temperature.
Answered by: Lenny
Date published: 2019-05-27

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About how many prints could you make with this before it's exhausted? 5x7 or 8x10 size.
Asked by: Arra B.
This developer does not seem to oxidize quickly. I cant give the exact number, but I have done 30 -8 x 10 prints without noticing an issue. I cant say enough great things about this developer.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-10-24
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