Matthew Hoffman (email@example.com)
Tue, 19 Oct 1999 04:34:05 -0400
Over the last year there's been quite a bit of discussion about developing large film using pyro and the Jobo tanks. I'm thinking of switching to Jobo because I'm using huge amounts of solution in my nitrogen burst tanks ... and because hauling the massive N tank to be refilled invariably requires a week of physical therapy. However, I'm confused by the equipment needed. There is an inexhaustible number of Jobo parts--the various tanks, lifts, agitators, and whatnot. I'm hoping to keep the equipment relatively simple, without buying a fully automated system. (Although somethign that agitates the solution while I walk the dog would certainly be a plus.). Beyond the Expert drums, which everyone here seems to recommend, can anyone advise me on what exactly is needed? If this is tucked away in the archives somewhere and I've just missed it, a point in the right direction would be much appreciated.
Thanks for your help.
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