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Agfa Refinal.

Post by Keith Tapscott. » Sat Jul 08, 2006 9:17 am

Does any one know if Agfa Refinal B&W film developer is still available?


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Post by Fotohuis » Sat Jul 08, 2006 9:38 am

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Post by Keith Tapscott. » Sat Jul 08, 2006 9:56 am

Thanks Robert,
I am wondering if it is available in the UK?
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Post by Fotohuis » Sat Jul 08, 2006 10:29 am

Yes it certainly is.
We got a headache from A&O to get it (in our case Rodinal) delivered in the Netherlands, 100 km from Neuss, their headquarter. It seems to be they have logistic problems.
We have ordered it via our collegues Rollei in Germany and they are very reliable in their supply.

Hopefully A&O will improve their efforts to their foreign business partners otherwise they can better close down their factory in Vaihingen (Stuttgart).
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Post by Keith Tapscott. » Mon Jul 10, 2006 5:38 am

Fotohuis wrote:Yes it certainly is.
We got a headache from A&O to get it (in our case Rodinal) delivered in the Netherlands, 100 km from Neuss, their headquarter. It seems to be they have logistic problems.
We have ordered it via our collegues Rollei in Germany and they are very reliable in their supply.

Hopefully A&O will improve their efforts to their foreign business partners otherwise they can better close down their factory in Vaihingen (Stuttgart).
The reason I enquired about Refinal is that some one I know wants a replenishable PQ developer preferably available in powder form to use in deep tanks for processing sheet-films.
Microphen is only available in 1 litre size packs and the replenisher has been discontinued for a long time. Refinal is the nearest substitute I can think of to Microphen although I also suggested D-76, ID-11 or Ilfotec DD (Dip & Dunk Developer).

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