Bob Kiss (email@example.com)
Thu, 07 Oct 1999 16:59:15 -0700
Surgical gloves, latex or otherwise, are rather thin and allow some
haptic sense...otherwise there would be a heck of alot more malpractice
suits! Most pharmaceutical wholesalers and surgical supply stores carry
them...pretty cheap too.
PS: I have a latex allergy;: Does anyone know of a supplier of surgical or
exam gloves made of a different substance? Please supply an e-mail address
or fax # as phoning from our little Island paradise can be rather expensive.
From: Witho Worms & Jorien van Santen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, October 07, 1999 12:22 PM
Subject: tube processing
>Good evening from Holland,
>I just started processing 11 x 14, FP4, in a Jobo CPE 2 paper tube (30 x 40
>I used HC 110, 25/50 ml to complete for 400 ml. of solution. I presoake the
>sheet for about 3 minutes in water. After processing I find marks from the
>developer poured in the tube. Strong and multiple for 50 ml., les (one
>faint one for 25 ml). What to do to avoid them when using strong developers
>Pour in a weak solution and after a minute pour in the rest of the
>I don't like to develop by tray because I don't like developers on my hands
>and I can't feel the negatives good with gloves.
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