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RE: De-ionized water for HV probe
Original poster: "Denicolai, Marco" <Marco.Denicolai-at-tellabs-dot-com>
Hi Mike, all,
Thanks for the very good link. This guide states that deionization does
an excellent job in removing dissolved gases. I think I'll give it a
try, even if some of you have suggested that it doesn't remove them. I
am going to deionize distilled water, anyway. In the top cap of my HV
probe I have a cavity designed to collect all possible air bubbles so
that they will not interfere with the electrode activity.
About ionization, I believe that measuring AC for short periods of time
will not produce a relevant amount of iones.
About conductivity and sediments, I've got a prototype which I build a
couple of months ago. There is no sedimentation and resistivity is still
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> Subject: Re: De-ionized water for HV probe
> Original poster: "Mike" <mikev-at-eastcoastind-dot-com>
> Try looking at his link. Also once you put high voltage to
> it, could it be there will be gas formed?
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> Sent: Monday, October 04, 2004 9:44 AM
> Subject: De-ionized water for HV probe
> > Original poster: "Denicolai, Marco"
> <Marco.Denicolai-at-tellabs-dot-com> > > Hello all, > > Can
> anybody tell me, is de-ionized water also free from dissolved gases?
> > I ask this because I'm going to fill my HV water probe
> (see > http://www.iki.fi/dncmrc/work/hv_divider.htm) with
> distilled and > de-ionized water instead than distilled and
> boiled water. This thing is > going to be 2.7 m tall,
> containing 20 liters of water inside. We are > going to hang
> it from the roof (16 m high) on the top of the Thor TC.
> > Regards