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Terry Lingle
07/27/05 09:39
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Clearwater
Canada


 
#98285 - wet machines
Responding to: Prahlad J. Purohit's previous message
Sorry to hear about the floods. Glad you are all safe.
If the transformers got wet they will need to me dried in a bake oven I would use 200 degrees F and change the air in the oven regularly. I would monitor the humidity in the oven until it drops to near ambient humidity then raise the temperature above 212 F for final dry out. Let cool and do an insulation test. The main concern from water in a new transformer is rust in the laminations and the mechanical stress resulting. As soon as the electronics for them is working the pneumatics need to be cycled with dry air with an inline oiler to insure that any water is driven out and lubrication is present.
If you ship these machines you should extend the warrantee for water damage related problems.
Good luck Terry


List of 26 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
TOT : Bombay is flooded      Jerson Fernandes      07/27/05 00:27      
   My machines are swiming.      Prahlad J. Purohit      07/27/05 00:42      
      Very sorry state of affairs      Jerson Fernandes      07/27/05 00:44      
         Safe ?      Steve M. Taylor      07/27/05 02:25      
            All is well now and improving      Jerson Fernandes      07/27/05 04:27      
               Good news      Steve M. Taylor      07/27/05 04:45      
                  Re: Good News.      Prahlad J. Purohit      07/27/05 05:54      
                     Wet ...      Rob Klein      07/27/05 06:26      
                        Yes,      Steve M. Taylor      07/27/05 07:13      
                           IPA?      Rob Klein      07/27/05 07:20      
                              Re: Machines Damaged.      Prahlad J. Purohit      07/27/05 07:58      
                                 wet machines      Terry Lingle      07/27/05 09:39      
                                    de-watering fluid      Steve M. Taylor      07/27/05 09:45      
                                       AFIK de watering fluids      Terry Lingle      07/27/05 12:08      
                                 Ingress ?      Steve M. Taylor      07/27/05 09:42      
                              Hot Air Gun and Sillica Gel      Abhishek Singh      07/27/05 10:06      
                  In 31 years      Jerson Fernandes      07/27/05 07:15      
   How is it now ?      Steve M. Taylor      07/29/05 01:46      
      Salaam Bombay      Vignesh Prasad      07/29/05 11:53      
      Were doing well Steve      Jerson Fernandes      07/30/05 19:53      
         MORE rain ?      Steve M. Taylor      07/31/05 05:32      
            Yes MORE rain      Prahlad J. Purohit      07/31/05 06:46      
               I wish I could      Jerson Fernandes      07/31/05 10:35      
                  condolences to all affected people      Terry Lingle      07/31/05 11:54      
               OK ?      Steve M. Taylor      08/02/05 15:33      
                  All is well now - Thank you      Jerson Fernandes      08/06/05 07:37      

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