Developing solutions inhibit oxidation rate

May 1, 1997
PANOPRO photochemical X-ray developing solutions are specially formulated to inhibit the oxidation rate that causes developer solutions to turn black. The developing solution also contains special cleaning agents, reducing the usual chemical build-up in processors, which contributes to poor image quality, and those irritating, customer call-backs. The results are brighter and fresher-looking X-rays. PANOPRO is designed to work in all brands of X-ray processors and available in both gallon and qu

PANOPRO photochemical X-ray developing solutions are specially formulated to inhibit the oxidation rate that causes developer solutions to turn black. The developing solution also contains special cleaning agents, reducing the usual chemical build-up in processors, which contributes to poor image quality, and those irritating, customer call-backs. The results are brighter and fresher-looking X-rays. PANOPRO is designed to work in all brands of X-ray processors and available in both gallon and quart color-coded packaging. For details, call (847) 640-6060.

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