The volumes of chemistry are calculated assuming development in the Jobo 2520 tank using the rotation method. This means the total amount is 270 ml. Washing film is done with the full tank, with 775 ml of water.

Developer

Ilford DD-X

Film Dillution Quantity (ml) ISO Time (min:sec) Temperature (C)
Ilford HP5+ 1:4 54 + 216 water 400 9:00 20
Ilford HP5+ 1:4 54 + 216 water 800 10:00 20
Ilford Delta 3200 1:4 54 + 216 water 3200 9:30 20
Kodak 400TX 1:4 54 + 216 water 400 8:00 20

The spec sheet is available on the Ilford website.

Stop bath

Ilford Ilfostop

Dillution Quantity (ml) Time (min:sec) Temperature (C)
1:19 14 + 256 water 0:30 20

The spec sheet is available on the Ilford website.

Fixer

Ilford Rapid Fixer

Dillution Quantity (ml) Time (min:sec) Temperature (C)
1:4 54 + 216 water 2:00 - 5:00 20

The spec sheet is available on the Ilford website.

Wetting agent

Washing is done in four steps:

  1. Pour 775 ml of water into a tank and invert it 20 times. Pour it out.
  2. Pour another 775 ml of fresh water and invert 10 times.
  3. Pour another 775 ml of fresh water and invert 5 times.
  4. Pour 775 ml of water mixed with a wetting agent (see below) and invert 5 times.

Ilford Ilfotol

Dillution Quantity (ml) Temperature (C)
1:200 4 + 771 water About 20

The temperature at which film is washed doesn't have to be as precisely controlled as with the developer. It's probably a good idea however to aim at using the roughly the same temperature.

The spec sheet is available on the Ilford website.