Gas burst can be used with any size tank and thus it can be used with any volume of solution.
Kodak recommended a one-second burst every 10 seconds at 15 PSI saying that a standard nitrogen tank would feed a 3.5 gallon tank 7 hours a day five days.
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View Camera Magazine Article on Gas Burst Agitation in the May/June 2007 issue
Kodak E57 publication “Gaseous-Burst Agitation in Processing,” 8 pages, 1968.
California Stainless http://www.calstainless.com/emprocessors.shtml
Alistair Ingliss [inactive] archive at: http://web.archive.org/web/20170701105151/http://www.alistairinglis.com/
Richards of Hull http://www.richards.uk.com/film-p02.htm
Temperature Controlled Film Process Sink Lines
Black & White, Colour Film, X-Ray, Holographic & Glass Plates
timer: Arkay BT210 or Kodak (Lektra) Burst timer
Arkay, and Calumet sold small gas-burst in one and two gallon size. 4 hangers and 7 hangers. Calumet sold plexiglass hangers.