Tanks

Container for holding chemical solutions for processing films. Some tanks are for darkroom use only; others must be loaded in the dark, but can be used in daylight. (see Daylight Tanks)
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Tanks

Fuel containers on aircraft.
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Tanks

Are containers for holding chemical solution for processing films.
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Tanks

Are containers for holding chemical solution for processing films
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Tanks

The largest wine containers in a winery. Over the centuries, as technology improved, it became possible to build larger and larger wooden tanks for efficient storage of wine. Winemakers knew from early experience that larger tanks protect wine from oxidation much better than smaller tanks. The ratio of air leakage to wine volume gets less and less ...
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Tanks

Containers for holding chemical solutions for processing films and plates.
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