Quote Originally Posted by Dr Croubie View Post
So I can do larger films in my 2830 and 2840 paper drums? I'll have to try that out now. How do you get rid of the antihalation backing? Can you just wash it off after fixing?
Depends on the film. Most modern films (TMAX/DELTA) will get the backing washed out as part of your process in the drum. Other emulsions, might need extra washing outside of the tank, but you might want to do that anyways. The print drums have ribbed insides walls that allow some fluids to reach the back side of the sheet.

I am not sure if we are still in a part of the thread about Xray films, but i cannot comment on those, as i have no experience with Xray material in Jobo tanks.