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Kaldorei Africa

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Location: Gauteng, South Africa
Business Type: Supplier, Service Provider, Financing Company, Shipping Company
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Film Processor Description:


In the MedWOW’s catalog, Film Processor is described as follows:
Automatic film developing units for X-rays.
The above ads list companies that sell and / or service Film Processor.

Film Processor may also be referred to as:


Automatic Film Proccesor | Film Processor | Processor, X-ray Film | X-ray Film Processor | X-ray Film Processor, Automatic

Film Processor can be found under the following headings:


Dentistry & Dental Laboratory | Imaging | Veterinary

Tips for buying Film Processor


  • Buyers should also address the costs involved with disposal and silver-recovery. Facilities should look for x-ray film processors that do not require a silver-recovery system because their wastewater contamination is less than one part per million.
  • Some special chemicals were designed to control swelling and shrinking of the film emulsion and to process the film at specific temperatures while it moves through the rapid transport system.
  • Before making a purchase, facilities should evaluate the cost of chemicals for a particular film processor and the frequency of replacing it.
  • Buyers should use only film and processing chemicals that are specially designed for automatic film processors.
  • To help avoid jamming, slipping, or wrapping in the film processor's transport mechanisms, rapid processing film has a constant, precise base and a certain emulsion thickness.
  • X-ray film processors should have as many automatic controls as possible to optimize results. Automatic temperature and replenish controls will help eliminate human error and ensure clear film results.
  • General radiography processing times should range from 60 to 120 seconds, while dental radiography may take longer - up to 240 seconds.
  • The capacity depends on film size and the processing time - both should be clearly indicated in the manufacturer specifications.
  • Film processor units that handle low to medium volumes should process 150-200 films per hour.
  • Automatic film processors work best with constant and regular throughput. Therefore, facilities are encouraged to match the film processing time and the workload to optimize chemical usage and output quality.
  • When purchasing an automatic x-ray film processor, facilities should primarily consider the number of films processed per hour.