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Martin Reed
02-23-2008, 05:09 AM
As everybody is well aware now, Kentmere was acquired by Ilford in late 07. There are a few issues regarding special products Kentmere made, including our SE1 emulsion.

Production of this is being moved from Staveley (Kentmere site) to Mobberley (Harman site) Although the formulation will be the same, there are issues regarding packaging, labeling etc, which may delay supplies to us.

At present (22/2/08) we are OK with stocks of 240ml, but have no 1 litre bottles. We hope to have new stock in all sizes in the next few weeks. In the meantime we will increase stockholding of other manufacturers emulsions.

gandolfi
02-23-2008, 07:27 AM
In the meantime we will increase stockholding of other manufacturers emulsions.

sounds great. I like the SE1 as it is an easy product to use - good for teaching students. However I "allways" bought this in 5liters at a time (much cheaper), will that be an option in the future?

For teaching purposes I'll suggest you could give the option to buy emty 240ml bottles.... (at least if the 5 liter is available) - I have looked for that kind of bottles for years....

about other manufactures emulsions: could that include the FOMA emulsion?

this is an awesome emulsion and as much as I like the SE1, for bromoil the FOMA emulsion is far superior. (and I have had so many asking me where to get this emulsion....)

Martin Reed
02-23-2008, 08:40 AM
sounds great. I like the SE1 as it is an easy product to use - good for teaching students. However I "allways" bought this in 5liters at a time (much cheaper), will that be an option in the future?

For teaching purposes I'll suggest you could give the option to buy emty 240ml bottles.... (at least if the 5 liter is available) - I have looked for that kind of bottles for years....

about other manufactures emulsions: could that include the FOMA emulsion?

this is an awesome emulsion and as much as I like the SE1, for bromoil the FOMA emulsion is far superior. (and I have had so many asking me where to get this emulsion....)

The problem we had with 5 litre packs was that the manufacturers could not supply the emulsion in a black tub, only the usual white variety as used for paint etc, and even when wrapped in black & labelled it was a regular event for one to get opened up in daylight by customs inspections in particular. In the end we decided to stop dealing with 5 litre packs until the packaging was adequate for the product. I'll investigate this with Harman.

We haven't looked at bringing in the Foma emulsion yet, I'll do that next week.

Martin

feherkam
06-13-2008, 09:50 AM
At present (22/2/08) we are OK with stocks of 240ml, but have no 1 litre bottles. We hope to have new stock in all sizes in the next few weeks. In the meantime we will increase stockholding of other manufacturers emulsions.

Where can I buy this?

Ian Grant
06-13-2008, 09:55 AM
Silverprint of course.

Ian