X-ray chemistry is color-coded to prevent mixup

Mackie X-Ray introduces a new, color-coded, automatic dental X-ray chemistry. The manufacturer, White Mountain Imaging, has placed a red dye in the developer solution, and a blue dye in the fixing agent. The color additive is beneficial for the prevention of incorrect mixing and for quick inventory control. If the developer and fixer are inadvertently mixed, the solution will become clear in color, showing contamination. The chemical is said to be long-lasting and produces superior images.

Mackie X-Ray introduces a new, color-coded, automatic dental X-ray chemistry. The manufacturer, White Mountain Imaging, has placed a red dye in the developer solution, and a blue dye in the fixing agent. The color additive is beneficial for the prevention of incorrect mixing and for quick inventory control. If the developer and fixer are inadvertently mixed, the solution will become clear in color, showing contamination. The chemical is said to be long-lasting and produces superior images.

For additional information, contact Mackie X-Ray, Inc., 264 Roger Williams Ave., Rumford, RI 02916 or call 800-293-9496.

MACKIE X-RAY INC.

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