Found the following on the Kodak website:
KODAK PROFESSIONAL TECHNIDOL Liquid Developer
For producing pictorial negatives with KODAK PROFESSIONAL Technical Pan Films. Produces excellent uniformity with all KODAK PROFESSIONAL Technical Pan Films.
Exceptionally fine grain, high degree of sharpness, enhanced edge effects
Each packet of liquid makes 8 oz of solution (1/2 pint)
For Roll Film—Mixing from Foil Packets; Pour contents into 8 fl oz container. Add water at 68-86°F (20-30°C) to make 8 fl oz (237 mL). Stir until completely mixed. Note: If using plastic processing tanks, diluting 2 foil packets to make 20 oz (591 mL) is possible.
For Sheet Film—Mixing from Foil Packets; Pour contents of two packets of concentrate into one quart container. Add water at 68-77°F (20-25°C) to make 1 quart (946 mL). Stir until completely mixed. This dilution is one-half the working strength used for roll films.
For use in:
small or large tanks
tray (for sheet films)
1 week in a full stoppered bottle
For roll film, 1/2 pint of solution will process 1 roll of 135-36 (developer reuse for additional rolls may apply)
For roll film, 1 pint of solution will process 2 rolls of 135-36 or 1-120 (developer reuse for additional rolls may apply)
For sheet film, 1 quart will process 12-4x5 (Do not reuse this solution for a second batch even if the first batch consisted of fewer than 12 sheets)