The third and last developer in the Stain-Family. Compared to the Tanol Speed, this developer gets about 1/3 of an F-stop less speed out of the film. The stain is not as strong, the base fog is less than with Tanol Speed, and the sharpness is identical.
When developed with the suggested times, the negatives work well with grade 2 graded papers and mixed-light enlarger heads. When using a multi-contrast paper, you may need to use filter grades 3 or 4 because of the effect of the stain. If the required filter value is consistently too high, you should increase the developing time by around 10%.
2x100 ml fir 20 liter working solution - enough for 80 films. A brown glass bottle with a pipette or in the refill package a plastic bottle with a dropper tip.
2x250 ml makes 25 liters working solution - capacity 200 films. Plastic bottle with a pipette.
2x500 ml makes 50 liters working solution - capacity 400 films. Plastic bottle with pipette.
When the pipette is attached, the bottle is sealed. The closed cap is only necessary during transportation.