New & Used Film Processor, Cine

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Device: Cine Projector
Manufacturer: Tagarno
Model: 35D
Location: United States, Minnesota
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Device: Film Processor, Cine
Manufacturer: Vari-x
Model: Cardiomatic
Location: United States, California
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The model & manufacturer of the marked items have changed due to an acquisition between companies, and are also known as:
Current Manufacturer / Model Name Alternative Manufacturer / Model Name
Marquette / Cardiomatic Vari-x / Cardiomatic

Film Processor, Cine may also be referred to as :

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

Tips for buying Film Processor, Cine

  1. These units process rolls of 16 or 35 mm film used to record fluoroscopic images. Depending on the quality of the image being processed, the cine film travels from 0 to 6.1 m/min.
  2. Quality images' processing time may range from one to five minutes.
  3. In order to minimize processing time and variations in film density, systems should be able to perform chemical agitation and re-circulation.
  4. Another recommended capability is the performance of automatic replenishment, to maximize solution usage.
  5. General radiography processing times should range from 60 to 120 seconds, while dental radiography may take longer – up to 240 seconds.
  6. 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.
  7. To help avoid jamming, slipping, or wrapping in the processor's transport mechanisms, rapid processing film has a constant, precise base and a certain emulsion thickness.
  8. Buyers should only use film and processing chemicals that are specially designed for automatic film processors.
  9. Before making a purchase, facilities should evaluate the cost of chemicals for a particular processor and the frequency of replacing it.
  10. 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.
  11. Buyers should also address the costs involved with disposal and silver-recovery. Facilities should look for processors that do not require a silver-recovery system because their wastewater contamination is less than one part per million.
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