X-OMAT EX IIDeveloper and replenisher yields superb image quality on the viewbox and helps users comply with even the most stringent environmental regulations.
Processing consistency. Reduced sensitivity to replenishment variation when used with MIN-R 2000 Plus and MIN-R S mammography films.
Clear viewing advantages. Yields high contrast and bluer image tone, for excellent visualization of detail and viewing ease.
Environmental Compliance non-hazardous formulation (without gluteraldehyde) has less-regulated transport and fewer shipping surcharges. Easier to store.
Reduced odor and faster mixing acetic-acid-free formulation
X-Omat EX II developer and replenisher cuts replenishment rate up to 40 percent compared to Carestream recommended replenishment guidelines with all T-Grain emulsion films. These include T-MAT films, INSIGHT films, and X-SIGHT films. Reduced replenishment means lower costs and less processing effluent for reduced environmental impact.
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