Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 00:12:48 GMT From: Johannes <johsnospam-no-chance-sizefitter.com> Subject: Re: Coolant day - help.
Malt_Hound, > wrote: > > Malcolm William Mason wrote: > > On Mon, 19 Sep 2005 14:41:11 GMT, Johannes > > <johsnospam-no-chance-sizefitter.com> wrote: > > > > > > > >>>While the water from your dehumidifier may have been "distilled", I know > >>>that the catch tank on mine is always developing some sort of growth in > >>>it, so I'm not sure it would be such a good idea either. Heat distilled > >>>water has the advantage of also being heat pasturized. > >> > > Technically it is distilled but it collects all the lovely flora and > > fauna from the air pacing through and around it. > > > > it is not Pasteurized . This is ala ways in the liquid Phase and subject > > to rapid cooling. Remember? > > > > Malcolm > > What are you jabbering about? I said that the humidifier water is NOT > pasteurized as is the case of "real" distilled water, which is generally > done with heating to the point of vaporization. It's the same process. A dehumidifier condenses water vapour. > By the way, you certainly do not have to exceed liquid phase > temperatures in order to pasteurize. Generally 72 degrees (C) for 15 > seconds is all it takes. So an engine at ~90 degrees (C) will easily pasteurize the water. > -- > -Fred W > Toys for sale, Hey get your toys here: > <http://users.adelphia.net/~fredwills/>