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Fomaspeed Liquid Photo Emulsion with Hardener - 1 kg

Model: 174052
Manufacturer: Foma

In Stock
$93.99
GROUND Shipping Only

NOTE: This item is classified as Limited Quantity for transportation. These items can only be shipped via GROUND in the Continental United States.They can not be shipped to PO boxes or Internationally. Limited Quantity items are non-returnable.

Photographic emulsion is a silver-based light sensitive material that can be applied to any surface, exposed by an enlarger and processing in conventional  black and white chemistry. It is virtually the same emulsion found on ordinary photographic paper but in a liquid form and can allow the emulsion to be coated on a wide range of surfaces.

The Foma photographic emulsion is made by using the most modern production technology. The emulsion features medium contrast and extremely high covering power which enable gaining a wide scale of halftones even by a relative high yield of 3 to 6 sq. m per 1 kg of emulsion.

An advantage of this high-speed emulsion are short exposures which make large size enlarging possible. With the majority of developers, this emulsion gives a neutral to mildly warm image tone.

The emulsion can be spread on the most different bases including wood, textile, glass, china, ceramics, metals, leather, stone, concrete, plaster etc.

Features

  • Liquid Photo Emulsion
  • Fixed Grade 3 Emulsion
  • 1 kilogram emulsion (approx. 35 oz.)
  • 1 - 15 ml bottle of hardener
  • High Speed emulsion for short exposures
  • Open in Darkroom Only!
  • For use under RED safelight conditions

Tip: There is no exact ISO for liquid emulsion as it can vary from application to application. Generally, the more layers, the more sensitive the emulsion will be. However, the more layers of emulsion applied to the base, the longer the exposure may take to attain the full range of tones. Two layers (horizontal and vertical application - the most common application method) should be around ISO 1-3. This is also dependent on what kind of surface the emulsion is applied to. As with all analog products, test for best results.

Liquid/Powder Liquid
SDS (Safety Data Sheet)Foma Liquid Emulsion
Product InstructionsFoma Liquid Emulsion