I use Ilford FP-4+ film, and develop it with Ilford and Kodak chemistry (Ilford Ilfotec DD-X Developer, Kodak Indicator Stop Bath, Ilford Hypam Fixer, and Kodak Photo-Flo 200).
5 inversions over 10 seconds to begin, then same each minute.
Kodak Professional Indicator Stop Bath, 30 second agitation, 30 second stand.
Ilford Rapid Fixer, 10 minutes, 3 inversions each minute.
5 minute rinse in running water.
1 drop Photo-Flo final rinse for 1 minute.
The Kodak Indicator Stop Bath Liquid for Black & White Film Paper is a Non-hardening, general- purpose stop bath for use with films and papers for signal exhaustion. The bath liquid dilute 1 part concentrate with 63 parts water. Makes 8 Gallons.
After development, you'll need a stop bath for rinsing your film and prints. You can use KODAK Indicator Stop Bath (1:63) or KODAK EKTAFLO Stop Bath (1:31). Both are available as liquid concentrates, and both have built-in indicators to signal when the chemicals are exhausted and should be discarded.