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Re: Capacitor Dielectric
Original poster: "shimonek2 by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <shimonek2-at-home-dot-com>
Thanks, I'll look into that.
Do you happen to know the dielectric constant?
I was under the assumption that transformer oil would be used only to
eliminate arcing, not for its capacitive properties.
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Sent: Friday, May 25, 2001 2:09 PM
Subject: RE: Capacitor Dielectric
> Original poster: "Basura, Brian by way of Terry Fritz
> Why not use real transformer oil?
> Shell Diala-AX is the real stuff and is cheaper than the other
> My 2-cents worth...
> Brian B.
> BTW - This URL will help you find Shell Jobbers across the US
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> Subject: Re: Capacitor Dielectric
> Original poster: "Eleanor Flood by way of Terry Fritz
> Wow! One I can answer. No, mineral oil is not motor oil. Cheapest
> place we found mineral oil is in horse tack shops, sells by the
> gallon....in our area about $8.00 per gal. Can also purchase it in
> pharmacies, but will pay lots more, $1.39 a pint.
> Harold's big plate cap was submerged in 4 gallons of the stuff. Worked
> Incidentally coilers, little dummy here is going to try to construct her
> own coil.
> Presents a real challenge for me.
> Happy coiling.