Quote Originally Posted by vdoak View Post
My print washer is a plastic container form the local hardware store with a Plexiglas false wall at the drain end to force drainage from the bottom. The separators are Plexiglas held in place with PVC trim. Water is injected in each section from a plastic pipe clamped to a water hose. The “jets” are 2mm holes drilled at appropriate intervals.http://www.doak.no/index_files/3-DarkRm.htm

Very inventive and looks like a handy bit of kit, I just know that with my diy skills if I built something like this 50l of water would come tumbling out all over the floor! :o

That is why I bit the bullet and use a Nova print washer - I really like the "rapid dump" facility - can empty the tank in a couple of minutes to totally refresh the water. Expensive but worth it. Coupled with the Hozelok connectors it is really easy to set up by the sink.

http://www.novadarkroom.com/product/...t_Washers.html

Sim2.