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KODAK PROFESSIONAL HC-110 DeveloperDecember 2017 J-24TECHNICAL DATA / CHEMICALSKODAK PROFESSIONAL HC-110 Developer is a highlyconcentrated liquid developer. It is intended for use with avariety of black-and-white films, some graphic-arts films,and some glass plates.It can be used for replenished and non-replenishedsystems. Use KODAK PROFESSIONAL HC-110 DeveloperReplenisher to replenish.FEATURESBENEFITS Highly active Short development times Liquid concentrate Easy mixing Clean solution Cleaner tanks, racks, and reels;less equipment maintenance Long solution life Fewer chemical dumps; lesswaste Stable solutions Easy process control, even withlow utilization Quality of stock solutions Good shelf lifemaintained over a long timeTake care when measuring the concentrate, because ofits viscosity. Follow these recommendations for handling. Pour the concentrate slowly to avoid air bubbles. If airbubbles form, wait for them to dissipate beforemeasuring the concentrate. Wait for the concentrate to run down the sides of themeasuring container. (The concentrate will adhere tothe sides of a graduated cylinder.) When measuring small amounts of concentrate, use agraduated cylinder accurate to 0.5 millilitre. (Tosimplify measuring small amounts, use apositive-displacement method such as a syringe.) Rinse the measuring container with water at least fivetimes, and pour each rinse into the mixing container.This ensures that all the concentrate is dissolved in thewater. Mix the solution for several minutes until theconcentrate is fully dissolved.PREPARING WORKING SOLUTIONSYou can prepare HC-110 Developer working solutions bydiluting stock solution or concentrate. (Both mixingmethods provide the same photographic characteristics.)To prepare stock solution, dilute one part concentratewith three parts water. To prepare working solutions,dilute stock solution or concentrate according to thefollowing tables. Mix either stock or working solutions at atemperature between 10 and 32 C (50 and 90 F). 2017 Kodak Alaris Inc.CautionKODAK PROFESSIONAL HC-110 Developer is a highlyconcentrated liquid that you must dilute before use. Thefollowing tables provide dilution instructions on preparingworking solutions from either stock solution orconcentrate. Exercise caution when following the mixinginstructions in the tables, being certain not to intermingletheir data. Follow normal safety precautions wheneverworking with chemicals to avoid possible physical harm.

PREPARING WORKING SOLUTIONS FROM STOCK SOLUTION1To Mix Working SolutionDilutionAmountAdd ThisAmount ofStock Solution2To ThisAmount ofWater2Ratio of StockSolutionto WaterA300 mL500 mL1 qt1L5L7.6 L (2 gal)18.9 L (5 gal)75 mL125 mL236 mL (8 fl oz)250 mL1.25 L1.9 L (2 qt)4.73 L (5 qt)225 mL375 mL708 mL (24 fl oz)750 mL3.75 L5.7 L (6 qt)14.17 L (15 qt)1:3B300 mL500 mL1 qt1L5L7.6 L (2 gal)18.9 L (5 gal)38 mL63 mL118 mL (4 fl oz)125 mL625 mL950 mL (1 qt)2.36 L (2.5 qt)262 mL437 mL826 mL (28 fl oz)875 mL4.38 mL6.65 L (7 qt)16.54 L (17.5 qt)1:7C7.6 L (2 gal)18.9 L (5 gal)1.54 L (52 fl oz)3.78 L (4 qt)6.08 L (6 qt 13 fl oz)15.12 L (16 qt)1:4D7.6 L (2 gal)18.9 L (5 gal)770 mL (26 fl oz)1.89 L (2 qt)6.84 L (7 qt 6 fl oz)17.01 L (18 qt)1:9E7.6 L (2 gal)18.9 L (5 gal)630 mL (21 fl oz)1.58 L (1 qt 11 fl oz)6.97 L (7 qt 11 fl oz)17.32 L (18 qt 21 fl oz)1:11F7.6 L (2 gal)18.9 L (5 gal)380 mL (13 fl oz)950 mL (1 qt)7.22 L (7 qt 19 fl oz)17.95 L (19 qt)1:191.IMPORTANTNOTE: Due to the high viscosity of the developer concentrate, it is preferable to dilute it to a stock solution.This may be a more convenient way to store the chemical for future preparation into a working solution, per theabove instructions.2.Due to rounding of decimals, slight variations occur when amounts are given in millilitres and fluid ounces.PREPARING WORKING SOLUTIONS FROM CONCENTRATE1To Mix Working SolutionTo ThisAmount ofWater2Ratio ofConcentrateto WaterDilutionAmountAdd This Amount ofConcentrateA300 mL500 mL1 qt1L5L7.6 L (2 gal)13.3 L (3.5 gal)19 mL31 mL59 mL (2 fl oz)63 mL313 L473 mL (16 fl oz)828 L (28 fl oz)281 mL469 mL885 mL (30 fl oz)937 mL4687 mL7.1 L (7.5 qt)12.5 L (13 qt 4 fl oz)1:15B300 mL500 mL1 qt1L5L15.2 L (4 gal)26.6 L (7 gal)9 mL16 mL30 mL (1 fl oz)31 mL156 mL473 mL (16 fl oz)828 mL (28 fl oz)291 mL484 mL914 mL (31 fl oz)969 mL4844 mL14.7 L (15.5 qt)25.75 L (27 qt 4 fl oz)1:31C9.5 L (2.5 gal)16.6 L (17.5 gal)473 mL (16 fl oz)828 mL (28 fl oz)9 L (9.5 qt)15.75 L (16 qt 20 fl oz)1:19D18.9 L (5 gal)33.3 L (8 gal 3 qt)473 mL (16 fl oz)828 mL (28 fl oz)18.4 L (19.5 qt)32.5 L (34 qt 4 fl oz)1:39E22.7 L (6 gal)39.8 L (10.5 gal)473 mL (16 fl oz)828 mL (28 fl oz)22.2 L (23.5 qt)39 L (41 qt 4 fl oz)1:47F37.9 L (10 gal)66.3 L (17.5 gal)473 mL (16 fl oz)828 mL (28 fl oz)37.4 L (39.5 qt)65.5 L (69 qt 4 fl oz)1:791.IMPORTANT NOTE: Theabove instructions refer to the dilution of the package contents from themanufacturer (the developer concentrate), directly to a working solution, without use of anintermediate stock solution.2.Due to rounding of decimals, slight variations occur when amounts are given in millilitres and fluid ounces.2KODAK PROFESSIONAL HC110 Developer J-24

DEVELOPMENT TIMESIf film is properly exposed, the times in the following tables should produce negatives with contrast suitable for printing with adiffusion enlarger (or by contact) on a normal-contrast black-and-white paper. If printing negatives with a condenser enlarger,decrease the development time by approximately 30 percent to produce lower contrast.For critical applications, run tests to determine the best development time. If your negatives are consistently too dense or highin contrast, decrease the development time; if they’re too thin or low in contrast, increase the development time.The following tables offer starting-point recommendations. Adjust as needed.DEVELOPMENT TIMES FOR KODAK SHEET FILMSDevelopment Time (Minutes)Large Tank2Manual Agitation at1-Minute IntervalsTray1Continuous AgitationKODAK Film18 C(65 F)20 C(68 F)21 C(70 F)22 C(72 F)24 F(75 F)18 C(65 F)20 C(68 F)21 C(70 F)22 C(72 F)24 F(75 F)31 4323 421 221 4433 431 4323 423 421 421 4213 4—————541 21 4431 27651 2541 46541 248761 2651 2DILUTION AEKTAPAN / EKP3DILUTION BCommercial3EKTAPAN /EKP3PLUS-X Pan Professional / PXT3Technical Pan / TP443 4For information on developing KODAK Technical Pan Films to varying contrast indexes forspecific applications, see Kodak Alaris Publication No. P-255, KODAK Technical Pan Films.T-MAX 100 Professional / TMX81 271 2761 251 2111 291 281 271 27PROFESSIONAL T-MAX 10061 451 243 441 23 471 261 2651 441 2T-MAX 400 Professional and PROFESSIONALT-MAX 400971 2761 261081 271 2761 2TRI-X Pan Professional / TXT3651 2541 24871 276533 431 4323 421 243 441 4431 23PROFESSIONAL TRI-X 320 Film / 320TXP31.Prewet the film in clean water at 20 C (68 F) for 1 to2 minutes with agitation. Each sheet should bethoroughly wet to prevent sticking (of sheets) and promote even development.2.Tank-development times shorter than 5 minutes may produce unsatisfactory uniformity.3.Tray development times also apply to tank development using gaseous-burst agitation. Set the burstduration for 1 second with 10 seconds between bursts; provide sufficient pressure to increasethe solution level 16 mm (5/8 inch).KODAK PROFESSIONAL HC110 Developer J-243

DEVELOPMENT TIMES FOR KODAK ROLL FILMSDevelopment Time (Minutes)Small Tank1Manual Agitation at30-Second IntervalsKODAK FilmLarge Tank2Manual Agitation at1-Minute Intervals18 C(65 F)20 C(68 F)21 C(70 F)22 C(72 F)24 F(75 F)Recording 247551 24 1 443 1 23TRI-X Pan / TX41 433 431 4321 218 C(65 F)20 C(68 F)21 C(70 F)22 C(72 F)24 F(75 F)43 441 443 3 431 431 23323 421 4DILUTION ATRI-X Pan Professional / TXPNRNRDILUTION BPLUS-X Pan / PXPLUS-X Pan Professional / PXP36541 2431 261 251 2543 44PROFESSIONAL PLUS-X 125431 2323 421 241 233 431 231 423 4Recording 2475119876Technical Pan / TPFor information on developing KODAK Technical Pan Films to varying contrast indexes forspecific applications, see Kodak Alaris Publication No. P-255, KODAK Technical Pan Films.761 2PROFESSIONAL T-MAX 10061 2651 2T-MAX 400 Professional and PROFESSIONALT-MAX 40061 2651 2T-MAX 100 Professional / TMX8581 271 2761 251 25471 261 2651 441 254 1 28761 26587 1 261 26T-MAX P3200 Professional / TMZSee the tables below.PROFESSIONAL T-MAX P3200TRI-X Pan / TX81 2TRI-X Pan Professional / TXPPROFFESSIONAL TRI-X 400 Film / 400TXPROFESSIONAL TRI-X 320 Film / 320TXPVERICHROME Pan / VPNR71 261 2659 1 281 253 451 251 443 43 3 476 1 4651 2541 233 431 2321 2541 2431 2351 443 441 4431 261 451 2541 24654 1 24286 1 2651 241 21.Developmenton a reel in a small roll-film tank.of several reels in a basket.3.Development times also apply to tank development using gaseous-burst agitation. Set the burstduration for 1 second with 10 seconds between bursts; provide sufficient pressure to increasethe solution level 16 mm (5/8 inch).2.DevelopmentNR Not recommendedNote: Tank-development times shorter than 5 minutes may produce unsatisfactory uniformity.4KODAK PROFESSIONAL HC110 Developer J-24

DEVELOPMENT TIMES FOR KODAK T-MAX P3200 PROFESSIONAL ROLL FILMSDevelopment Time (Minutes)Dilution BSmall Tank1Exposedat EI20 C(68 F)21 C(70 F)22 C(72 F)400 / 27 71 261 224 F(75 F)27 F(80 F)29 F(85 F)20 C(68 F)21 C(70 F)22 C(72 F)51 2541 231 2761 443 448800 / 30 87651 21600 / 33 971 261 23200 / 36 111 26400 / 39 141.Development2.DevelopmentRotary Tube224 F(75 F)27 F(80 F)29 F(85 F)5 3 4541 431 47651 441 231 23 3 46541 283 471 261 253 443 41081 271 261 253 4111 21081 271 261 2512101 291 2863 413111 21098627 F(80 F)29 F(85 F)on a reel, in a small roll-film tank, with manual agitation at 30-second intervals.in a rotary-tube processor with continuous agitation.Note: Tank-development times shorter than 5 minutes may produce unsatisfactory uniformity.DEVELOPMENT TIMES FOR KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX P3200 FILMDevelopment Time (Minutes)Dilution BExposedat EISmall Tank120 C(68 F)21 C(70 F)22 C(72 F)24 F(75 F)Rotary Tube227 F(80 F)29 F(85 F)20 C(68 F)21 C(70 F)22 C(72 F)24 F(75 F)400 / 27 71 261 251 2541 43 3 471 261 251 2541 43 3 4800 / 30 81 271 461 453 443 441 481 271 461 45 3 443 441 41600 / 33 91 4863 461 451 441 291 4863 41 41 441 23200 / 36 101 2973 47651 4101 2973 47651 4863 453 412101 48 3 483 45 3 46400 / 39 1.Development2.Development12101 48 3 4656on a reel, in a small roll-film tank, with manual agitation at 30-second intervals.in a rotary-tube processor with continuous agitation.Note: Tank-development times shorter than 5 minutes may produce unsatisfactory uniformity.KODAK PROFESSIONAL HC110 Developer J-245

DEVELOPMENT TIMES FORKODAK FILMS IN ROTARY TUBESDevelopment Time (Minutes)1Dilution BKODAK Film18 C(65 F)20 C(68 F)21 C(70 F)22 C(72 F)24 F(75 F)—6 1 2651 241 2PROFESSIONAL T-MAX 10073 45T-MAX 400 Professional and PROFESSIONALT-MAX 400—6TRI-X Pan / TX7TRI-X Pan Professional / TXPROLL FILMT-MAX 100 Professional / TMX3 4451 255651 241 24—81 2861 25PROFESSIONAL TRI-X 400 Film / 400TX41 233 431 2321 2PROFESSIONAL TRI-X 320 Film / 320TXP51 443 441 4431 287654431 2323 42 1 2—61 265 1 241 2PROFESSIONAL T-MAX 10073 45T-MAX 400 Professional and PROFESSIONALT-MAX 400—63 1 43PLUS-X / PXPROFESSIONAL PLUS-X 12551 44SHEET FILMT-MAX 100 Professional / TMXPROFESSIONAL TRI-X 320 Film / 320TXP1.Development51 43 4451 2552 3 42 1 22 1 44in a rotary-tube processor with continuous agitation.DEVELOPMENT TIMES FOR KODAK CONTINUOUS-TONE GRAPHIC-ARTS FILMSDilutionDevelopment Time (Minutes)at 20 C (68 F)1B2 1 4D41 2GravureC3ProfessionalCopyCopying photographsE4Separation Negative4131, Type 1Color-separation negatives madefrom masked transparenciesKODAK FilmApplicationCopying k431 243CyanMagentaYellowBlack444—31 431 4Printer MasksPan Masking4570Camera-back maskingTransparency masking1.Development6ED31 431 4in a tray with continuous agitation.KODAK PROFESSIONAL HC110 Developer J-24

REPLENISHMENTProcess ControlGeneralWhen replenishing tank solutions, monitor the developeractivity with KODAK Black-and-White Process ControlStrips. Depending on the utilization, you can use a tanksolution for up to one month if the control strips indicateproper developer activity.If you don’t use control strips, discard the tank solutionwhen you have —Replenish tank solutions of HC-110 Developer with asolution made from KODAK PROFESSIONAL HC-110Developer Replenisher. To prepare a replenisher stocksolution, pour the contents (16 ounces [473 mL]) of thereplenisher concentrate into a mixing container that holdsat least 3.8 litres (1 gallon). Add enough water to bring thetotal volume to 3.8 litres (1 gallon). Stir the solution until itis uniform. You can store the replenisher stock solution at18 to 24 C (65 to 75 F) for up to 6 months in a full, tightlyclosed bottle, or up to 2 months in a half-full, tightly closedbottle.When ready to replenish the tank solution, preparereplenisher working solution by diluting the replenisherstock solution with water according to the table below.PREPARING REPLENISHER SOLUTIONSFor This Dilutionof DeveloperWorking SolutionAdd This Amountof ReplenisherStock SolutionTo ThisAmount ofWaterA1 partnoneB2 parts1 partC1 partnoneD1 part1 partE8 parts11 partsF——Note: Dilution F is very dilute; we do not recommendreplenishing this solution.Replenishment RateAdd 22 mL (3 4 fluid ounce) of replenisher solution foreach 20.3 x 25.4 cm (8 x 10-inch) sheet, 135-36 roll, or 120roll (or equivalent) processed. Stir or recirculate thesolution thoroughly after each addition. With an averagedrain time of 10 seconds between the developer and thestop bath, this amount of replenisher will usually match thecarry-out of developer. However, if more solution is carriedout than replaced, add fresh developer working solution (ofthe appropriate dilution) to make up the difference. Replenished the solution for two weeks; Added an amount of replenisher that equals theoriginal volume of the working solution; or Processed fifty 20.3 x 25.4 cm sheets per litre (twohundred 8 x 10-inch sheets [or equivalent] per gallon)of developer.CapacityDiscard the developer after processing the number ofsheets (or equivalent) listed below.CAPACITY OFDEVELOPER WORKING SOLUTIONSTank withoutReplenishmentTrayDilution8 x 10-in.Sheets perGallonAB20.3 x 25.4cm Sheetsper Litre8 x 10-in.Sheets perGallon20.3 x 25.4cm Sheetsper Litre2054010102.5205C154308D82154E51.5103F21NRNRNR Not recommendedNote: If negatives become too thin or low in contrast,increase the replenishment rate; if they become too denseor high in contrast, decrease the replenishment rate.When you aren’t processing film, cover the tanks withfloating lids to minimize oxidation.KODAK PROFESSIONAL HC110 Developer J-247

STORAGE LIFEMORE INFORMATIONThe table below provides guidelines for storing unusedsolutions at 18 to 24 C (65 to 75 F). The storagetemperature is important as higher temperatures causesolutions to oxidize rapidly.Kodak Alaris has many publications to assist you withinformation on Kodak Alaris products, equipment, andmaterials.The following publications are available from dealerswho sell Kodak Alaris products, or you can contact KodakAlaris in your country for more information.STORAGE LIFE (MONTHS) OFUNUSED SOLUTIONS1SolutionFull,Tightly ClosedBottleHalf-Filled,Tightly ClosedBottleTank ion—Dilution A622Dilution B3112622Dilution D311Dilution F2NR1NR1NRReplenisherStockSolution1.Stored62at 18 to 24 C (65 to 75 F).NR Not recommended2Chemicals for KODAK PROFESSIONAL Black-and-WhiteFilmsF-7KODAK VERICHROME Pan FilmF-8KODAK PLUS-X Pan and KODAK PLUS-X PanProfessional FilmsF-9KODAK TRI-X Pan and KODAK TRI-X Pan ProfessionalFilmsF-10KODAK EKTAPAN FilmF-16KODAK Commercial FilmF-32KODAK T-MAX Professional Films2Dilution CDilution EE103CFF-4016KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX FilmsF-4017KODAK PROFESSIONAL TRI-X 320 and 400 FilmsF-4018KODAK PROFESSIONAL PLUS-X 125 FilmP-255KODAK PROFESSIONAL Technical Pan FilmsFor the latest version of technical support publicationsfor KODAK PROFESSIONAL Products, visit:www.kodakalaris.com/go/professionalNote: The Kodak Alaris materials described in thispublication for use with KODAK HC-110 DeveloperReplenisher are available from dealers who supply KODAKPROFESSIONAL products. You can use other materials,but you may not obtain similar results. 2017 Kodak Alaris Inc.TM/MC/MR: HC-110, T-Max, VerichromeThe Kodak, Kodak Professional, Ektapan, Plus-X, and Tri-X Trademarks are used under license from Eastman Kodak Company.KODAK PROFESSIONAL HC110 DeveloperKODAK Publication No. J-24Revised 12-17KODAK ALARIS ROCHESTER, NY 14615

For information on developing KODAK Technical Pan Films to varying contrast indexes for specific applications, see Kodak Alaris Publication No. P-255, KODAK Technical Pan Films. T-MAX 100 Professional / TMX 8 1 2 71 2 7 6 2 51 2 111 2 91 2 81 2 71 2 7 PROFESSIONAL T-MAX 100 61 4 51 2 43 4 41 2 3 3 4 71 2 61 2 6 51 .