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    I'd also look for used DevTec heaters. Looks basically like those bbq charcoal starters with the heating element but is submersible and has a thermostat and temperature control. It's designed for warm temps so it won't maintain do 20° c unless you cycle it. Used to use it for processing Tmax films at 100° F.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobwysiwyg View Post
    Don't food warmers have too high a minimum temp? Seems like you would want to keep food temps pretty high to avoid health issues.
    Your objection is sensible. One should look for one with a suitable temperature range. That should be fine for colour. For B&W I would just adjust development temperature, but I have no idea what temperature paper developer needs because I don't print. I gave for granted that colour paper needed high temperature but that might not be the case.
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    "Unfortunately I don't think mats would be the best option for me in a 100 year old farmhouse". I live in a 120 plus year old farmhouse with a cold basement and that is why I use the mats. Not to heat the room (which stays at 55F) but just the trays. Unfortunately, the 20x48" is more like $80, not $20.

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    Insulating the basement would help lower the heating bills for the house. Plus you might find there is grant money available to help pay for it.
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    I use this in my sink to keep the water bath steady. Trays seem to hold within 0.5 C.
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