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Old March 16th 06, 12:37 PM posted to rec.photo.marketplace.darkroom
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Where do I get one?

Ilford, kodak does not make them any more.


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Old March 16th 06, 03:37 PM posted to rec.photo.marketplace.darkroom
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"john" wrote

Where do I get one? [x-ray darkroom lamp]


Do you mean a safelight that is designed for use in a darkroom
that processes x-rays?

o Googling x-ray safelight brings up 38,400 hits, some
are even relevant.

o A supplier of x-ray equipment: call Seimens, Hitachi, GE

o Local distributor of hospital and medical equipment

o ebay?

TTBOMK X-ray films can use any dark-red safelight. Some emulsions are
OK with an OC dark-amber.

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Old March 16th 06, 03:52 PM posted to rec.photo.marketplace.darkroom
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"Nicholas O. Lindan" wrote in message
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"john" wrote

Where do I get one? [x-ray darkroom lamp]


Do you mean a safelight that is designed for use in a darkroom
that processes x-rays?


Yes, thanks i need a filter to block all light below 600 nm, to very
sensitive x-ray films. Ilford 915 has worked very well but you cant’t get
that any more, at least here in Finland.


http://www.ilford.com/html/us_english/pdf/safelight.pdf




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Old March 16th 06, 04:36 PM posted to rec.photo.marketplace.darkroom
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"john" wrote

Yes, thanks i need a filter to block all light below 600 nm, to very
sensitive x-ray films. Ilford 915 has worked very well


An Ilford 915 is the same as a Kodak 1A, light red. A Kodak 1, red, cuts off
at a bit longer wavelength but never transmits much more than 10% in its
pass-band.

Rubylith cuts off at 625nm. A standard 'instant' safelight is to wrap a
fluorescent tube in Rubylith. Should be available at any art supply store.

If you just need the filter you may just cut one out of Rubylith and
tape it in.

You may want to look at 'graphic arts' safelights. With digital printing
all the printing darkroom equipment is going out in the trash. nuArc
'Bublights' are good and cheap.

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