Quote Originally Posted by dpurdy View Post
Hi Paul. I have used Ansco 47 quite a lot and have considered it one of my main developers when processing sheet film intended for platinum printing. It is a very basic Metol Hydroquinone developer and is designed to be long lasting and clean. It tends to build a lot of density so you have to be careful not to over process. It makes negs with sparkling whites that hold up to platinum printing. Unless you are into push processing or want dense negs, I wouldn't use it for regular roll film.
Dennis
GAF 47A (REPLENISHER for GAF 47)

Water .......................................750ml
Metol .........................................3.0 grams
Sodium Sulfite, dessicated ..............45.0 grams
Sodium Bisulfite..............................2.0 grams
Hydroquinone.................................6.0 grams
Sodium Carbonate, monohydrated......12.0 grams
Water to make...............................1 liter

Add 1/2 to 3/4 ounce of replenisher to GAF 47 for each roll 0f 120 film (or equivalent) developed. Maintain original volume of developer, discarding some
used developer, if needed.