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Photo Labs

Tetenal have a long and successful history of working closely with Photo Labs, across both chemistry led processing and into the digital dry lab age.  Volume producers of photographic prints need to have efficient workflow processes and reliable equipment and consumables.  Tetenal have been working with large photo labs for many years and all that experience and knowledge is available for you to tap in to.

With a history dating back to 1847, Tetenal's roots were firmly embedded in the ground of Photographic Chemistry.  Supplying hundreds, if not thousands, of photographic printing businesses with the chemistry they needed to process the millions of films that were being shot by both amateur and professional photographers across Europe.
Tetenal continue to supply photographic chemistry to Photo Labs who are still running a wet processing workflow but are also at the forefront of the switch to digital printing and dry labs.  With a foot in both camps, Tetenal are ideally placed to offer help and advice for any Photo Lab contemplating a switch across to a new high performance Dry Lab after years of wet printing.  We've helped dozens of businesses make the move and our experienced and knowledgeable teams can ensure a smooth transition between the two.

As official suppliers of both Epson and Kodak Dry Lab print hardware, we can advise on the best solution for your specific business.  An in-house technical support team can take you through from initial advice, through to delivery, installation, training and on-going support and servicing.  We also supply a wide range of photographuic media from some of the leading names in the photo printing business including Hahnemuhle,  Ilford,  Spectrajet,  Epson and Kodak, along with extremely competitive pricing on inks and auxilliaries.

For those who still run wet labs,  we are a supplier of most of the leading brands of photo chemistry, including Tetenal, Kodak and Champion.  We have a team of chemistry experts who are able to offer help and advice, whether you're looking to improve your current processes or thinking of switching between chemistry brands to improve efficiency and profitability.


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