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Re: PCB test kits DEXSIL Chlor-N-Oil
Original poster: "J. Aaron Holmes" <jaholmes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I've used the Dexsil kits before. Just be sure to
read the directions about a dozen times before you
start the process, since they're single-use and there
are like a b'zillion steps! :-) Some of the steps
involve things like mixing oil with metallic sodium in
a little tube, shaking it up, then removing the
stopper to let all the pressure vent. Kinda scary the
first time! :-)
--- Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Original poster: "Jack King"
> Short of gas chromatograph analysis, these are the
> best of the low
> cost screening kits. They cost between $15-$30
> (depending on source)
> and are reasonable accurate. I like the 20 PPM kit.
> These can be found at MOST x ray equipment dealers
> and the apparatus
> shops of most public utilities. If not, see if
> DEXSIL has a website.
> I usually go in on about 12 of these a year with a
> local supplier
> SImons X-Ray here in Salt Lake.
> Hope that helps some...
> Jack King
> >From: "Tesla list" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
> >To: tesla@xxxxxxxxxx
> >Subject: Re: PCB test kits
> >Date: Wed, 12 Jul 2006 16:09:49 -0600
> >Original poster: "Dr. Resonance"
> >The "burn test" is usually a good indicator. Dip a
> piece of paper
> >into the oil and try to light it.
> >Dr. Resonance
> >----- Original Message ----- From: "Tesla list"
> >To: <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
> >Sent: Wednesday, July 12, 2006 1:07 PM
> >Subject: PCB test kits
> >>Original poster: Gomez Addams
> >>A while back, someone posted a source for
> >>inexpensive PCB test kits. I've got a Korean War
> >>x-ray transformer that I'm deciding what to do
> >>and whether it contains PCBs will impact my
> >> - Bill "Gomez" Lemieux
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