Help Needed to identify Flexicolor F1 bottles

Discussion in 'Film and Processing' started by marcusk, Sep 19, 2017.

  1. Hi, just picked up a Flexicolor F1 kit and was preparing to mix, but discovered that Kodak didn't label the bottles the same way they are referred to in the Z101.pdf. (Z101 refers to them as Part A, B, C, while the Flexicolor box is only labeled Part 1, 2, 3, 4)

    Can someone tell what bottle is Part A, B, C of the developer? I guessed,

    Part 3 = Part A,
    Part 4 = Part B, and
    Part 2 = Part C,

    but I'd like to be sure.

    Thanks,
    Marcus
     
  2. Ok, I figured it out from the MSDS. Here's the key, in case anyone else is puzzled.
    Flexicolor SM F1 module, v2.0
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Bottle | volume (ml) | Sol’n | Chemicals
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Part 1 | 436 | C | 4-(N-ETHYL-N-2-HYDROXYETHYL)-2-
    | | | METHYLPHENYLENEDIAMINE;SODIUM BISULFITE;
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Part 2 | 476 | Rinse |DIETHYLENE GLYCOL;NONIONIC SURFACTANT;MAGNESIUM
    | | |NITRATE;ISOTHIAZOLIN DERIVATIVES;
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Part 3 | 945 | A |POTASSIUM CARBONATE;POTASSIUM SULFITE;
    | | |PENTETIC ACID, PENTASODIUM SALT;SODIUM SULFITE;
    | | |POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE;
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Part 4 | 118 | B | HYDROXYLAMINE SULFATE;
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


    And, also, this will only create Flexicolor SM Developer Replenisher--not a Working Tank solution.
     
    Last edited: Sep 19, 2017

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