Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Searust View Post
part A is absorbed by the film at the rate of a bout an oz for every 120 roll of film -- I would have no problem with the way you are describing your setup --- water for stop would be fine also -- you may want to plan for 5 baths. A, B, a water stop/rinse, fixer, and then another water with flowing water for a final rinse. after that, a quick run through photo-flow and hang to dry.
Ok, that sounds like a good idea. I guess topping up the Part A each time would help keep i alive? Also, wont the film be hard after fixer though, so I could just have a general water cascading bath as part of the sink that could be used for paper as well?

This is the part that is confusing me, all the various sink configuration options shown here;

http://www.richards.uk.com/wetben02.htm