FS: (AU, Sydney) Rollei Digibase C41 5L kit + PID + 300W heater + Paterson tank
Rollei Digibase C41 Maxi Super 5L kit, this is the 4 step kit with separate bleach and fix.
I have opened the bottles on 16th Sept 2013, so under 2 months. I have mixed up 750ml solution out of it.
The kit can process 100 rolls of ISO 400 and 110 rolls of ISO 100 film (120 or 35mm).
The concentrates are good for 4 years except developer C which is good for 1-2 years. I have stored in in the fridge, which extends it's life.
The working solution processed 4 rolls of film and if you are picking up, you can have that as well.
I'm selling since I don't have the time to process C41 and looks like I might be moving overseas for couple of years for work.
I want AU$100 for this solution. It will cost you roughly $1 per roll, a lot of people stretch it for a lot more rolls.
Also I have controlling PID, temp sensor, 300W heater, SSR etc...
I want $50 for the whole kit and it will keep your temps accurate at 37.8C.
Here's the pic of the kit, it's all wired up and ready to go.
Lastly I have a 2 reel paterson tank. $35
Price drop to $140 for the chems + PID + heater + water pump.
Can I just get the tank? (assuming it includes reels too)
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Yes, you can. But shipping to India might be very expensive.
Originally Posted by analoguey
Send me a PM and we will discuss it. The tank is only 6 months old.
I might be interested in the PID, SSR, temp sensor and pump. Just out of interest - what type thermocouple is the sensor? How long does the 300W aquarium heater take to reach 38C? Im also located in Sydney. Cheers!
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Please put some insulation over those terminals, or (better) the SSR in an earthed box. That thing is a deathtrap in its current state.
Im actually planning on building something a little more self-contained for developing colour roll films and eventually for doing some ra-4 (i.e. that is put some some submerged rollers in the basin for a paper developing drum). I have some time coming up during uni vacation and thought this might be a good project.
I'm aware of that, I only did 2 runs and I was planning on putting it in a box. It's an unfinished project.
Originally Posted by polyglot
Originally Posted by spatz
I have never measured, since I poured hot water into the sink and let the bottles warm up while the heater kept the heat up. If you are keen, I can test it out for you. I think the temp goes up by 1C every few minutes. Just remember that the sink isn't insulated, if you are going to do it in something like an esky, it should be faster.
The thermocouple is PT100. This is the exact model that I got: