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Ion exchanger

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 06 09:00:27 EDT 2004 | davef

There is distilled water and distilled water. It depends on the distallation process used. Using distilled water is fine, as long as it meets your standard. So, if you buy distilled water, get a written certification that conductivity is less than 1

Ion exchanger

Electronics Forum | Sun Sep 05 14:47:58 EDT 2004 | Irun

What do you think to use distilled water to rinsing? Irun

DI water testing?

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 24 18:02:51 EDT 2007 | erokc

I'm needing to use DI water for the first time. I called the local Culligan man and was told that distilled water was the same as DI so I bought some. I wanted to determine if it was DI so after reading the postings in the forum I determined the re

Ignore what I said....We used Distilled...I'm Tired...

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 01 17:28:24 EDT 1998 | Ben Salisbury

Been Moving to a new house all week....Blah... But seriously, The corrosion eventually will cause problems.. -Ben

Soft Water Versus Deionized

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 31 09:38:18 EST 2007 | Cmiller

Would distilled water be considered deionized? I know that is not the typical process to produce deionized water but it is widely available in grocery stores if you need small amounts.

Soft Water Versus Deionized

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 31 21:26:25 EST 2007 | davef

Distilled water is a perfectly adeqaute alternative to DI water. As you say, they just are produced using different processes and technically could have slightly different properties, but for every day requirements can be used interchangeably.

Soft Water Versus Deionized

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 01 09:58:15 EST 2007 | blnorman

Distilled water normally removes ions as well as dissolved solids (non-volatiles). Deionized water has been stipped of ionic species, but non-ionic organics are left behind.

DI water testing?

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 27 11:20:58 EDT 2007 | davef

Q1: Is it sufficent to simply put meter probes in the water to get a resistance reading? A1: No. You need a meter for the purpose. Myron-L [myronl.com] is one such company Q2: I'm very skeptical of the Culligan man as they tried to pass distilled w

Re: 5 micrograms

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 17 02:45:18 EDT 1998 | Bob Willis

| 5 micrograms per sq. cm. is actually not too clean. The maximum military allowed post-clean, on-board contamination is 5.7 micrograms of NaCl /cm squared (when using the Zero-Ion brand ionic contamination tester). | We are use to seeing cleanlines


Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 10 08:39:01 EDT 1999 | ScottM

| Hello SMTNEtters': | | Does anyone know of any suppliers who can supply De-I H20 (some high-quality H20!!) in 55 gallon containers. | | We have no use for "point-of-use" treatment, like mixed bed, anion, or cation tanks, or anything like that...

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