All chemistry one shot Yes
We buy the distilled water in containers from Loblaws.. Used for Developer and final rinse before hanging.
We charge $45 per run which covers all the extras.
I am not against dip dunk , sink lines, nitrogen burst, or replenisher btw JUST they all have problems associated with then that I am not comfortable with.
Roller transport is the worst way to process film IMO and lots of people will disagree with me but its just my 2cents.
I just feel for my film and my clients one shot Rotary is the way to go .As well distilled water allows the Pyro chems to get to the film quicker.
Tap water has a lot of stuff in it that creates resistance.
Got this tip from Mr Hutchings book the year it came out and have been following his advice since.
Of course one could avoid all the problems of processing film by no longer taking photographs. :o
Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!
Nothing beats a great piece of glass!
I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.