Liquidol is a revolutionary new print developer designed by Bill Troop and Ron Mowrey which features exceptionally long shelf life, tray life, and high capacity, along with the convenience of a 1:9 liquid concentrate. Incorporates a novel use of electron transfer technology not previously employed in print developers. This new technology allows us to approach more closely the elusive goal of attaining consistent tone and contrast throughout the print run, making this developer especially valuable for consistent batch processing.
Fine printers will also appreciate that this developer has considerably more flexibility in over- and under-development than most print developers. This feature is limited when using the many papers which include incorporated developing agents. But when using papers which do not have incorporated developing agents, demanding printers will appreciate the extra dimension of flexibility and control this developer offers.
Liquidol has been carefully designed to replicate the appearance of prints developed in industry-standard Dektol, yet to provide enhanced shadow separation. Other advantages are the convenience of a liquid concentrate that can be diluted 1:9, dramatically enhanced capacity, shelf and tray life, and full development within 60 seconds at 1:9 dilutions.
Stability was a paramount concern during the design of this developer. Because of its exceptional capacity and tray life, we consider this developer to be highly economical.