automatic radiograph developers. 
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 automatic radiograph developers.

Has anyone any experience of automatic X-Ray developers for Panorals and
peri apicals.  I am having difficulty with my manual developing.  I am
therefore contemplating automatic machines.  I had experience of these
about 10 years ago and kept on loosing films in the baths.  Any advice ?
David Charles.


Thu, 16 Jul 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 automatic radiograph developers.
Has anyone any experience of automatic X-Ray developers for Panorals and
peri apicals.  I am having difficulty with my manual developing.  I am
therefore contemplating automatic machines.  I had experience of these
about 10 years ago and kept on loosing films in the baths.  Any advice ?
David Charles.


Thu, 16 Jul 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 automatic radiograph developers.
I have only used tanks a few times and would be dead without automatic
processors.  I have used a Dent-X 810 basic for five years and have had
some recurring problems with the function buttons corroding.  Even with
this, don't hesitate to make the switch.  


Fri, 17 Jul 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 automatic radiograph developers.
AT 2000 with automatic replenishment

Built like a tank.  Ive had one for 10 years.  We do 15-20 extra{*filter*}
films(originals and dups).  The best according to Christianson.

Not perfect for periapicals

Charlie ruff



Fri, 17 Jul 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 automatic radiograph developers.
David:
        I've been using the AT2000 from Air Techniques, and am quite
satisfied with it. I've been using it for about eight years, and apart
from a few difficulties getting started, it gives quite reliable service.
(Knock wood). It does everything from periapicals to panos and full size
duplicates. I consider it to be a much wiser investment than, say, an
intra{*filter*}camera.
                        Keep smilin'      Walt
Quote:
>DATE:   28 Jan 1996 16:10:18 GMT

>Has anyone any experience of automatic X-Ray developers for Panorals and
>peri apicals.  I am having difficulty with my manual developing.  I am
>therefore contemplating automatic machines.  I had experience of these
>about 10 years ago and kept on loosing films in the baths.  Any advice ?
>David Charles.



Fri, 17 Jul 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 automatic radiograph developers.

Quote:
> Has anyone any experience of automatic X-Ray developers for Panorals and
> peri apicals.  I am having difficulty with my manual developing.  I am
> therefore contemplating automatic machines.  I had experience of these
> about 10 years ago and kept on loosing films in the baths.  Any advice ?
> David Charles.

 David,
       Step out of the dark ages! I used to spend more time in the dark than a
       hibernating bear. Never again. Our first A/T 2000 was very reliable for
       12 years. We just purchased our second automatic system, the A/T 2000
       Plus this year. We run 40 or so films, 6 pano's a day, and never lose
       any of them. As long as one person is in charge of cleaning the machine
       as required, usually the hygienist, then it will last.  This company can
       be reached at 516-433-7676.  Air Techniques out of New York.

                                              Cindy R.D.H.



Mon, 20 Jul 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 
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