Fixing PMK Pyro

Discussion in 'Darkroom Developing and Printing' started by Alan Smithee, Dec 30, 2006.

  1. Alan Smithee

    Alan Smithee Guest

    I know TF-4 is the recommended fixer for PMK and TMX-100. How about Kodak
    Rapid Fix without Part B (the hardener). Can this also work or will problems
    result? Thx.
     
    Alan Smithee, Dec 30, 2006
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    dan.c.quinn Guest

    TF-4 recommended? I recall plain unadulterated sodium
    thiosulfate being recommended when using a staining
    developer. I don't use staining developers but from
    the reading I've done of them a sulfite free non-
    acidic fix is recommended.
    Sodium thiosulfate makes an odorless, near neutral,
    and as far as I know, truly universal fixer which can be used
    on any material. For long tray life some sulfite should be
    added. It lasts for ever dry in the jar. Spoon up a fresh
    fix of just it for film processing; 2/3 ounce - 20 grams
    should be plenty. Ten to twelve minutes. Dan
     
    dan.c.quinn, Dec 31, 2006
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    John Guest

    No problems.

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    John, Jan 1, 2007
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