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de-ionised water = distilled water = eau déminéralisée ?
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Coyoteboy
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2006 9:15 pm    Post subject: Re: de-ionised water = distilled water = eau déminéralisée ? Reply with quote

franeric wrote:
Quote:
en francais:

mon poteau de croix d'anglais dans le domaine d'armature n'a pas été
censé pour être irrespectueux à aucune langue. juste que j'aurais
apprécié de l'expertise française sur la signification du
déminéralisée d'eau. quoique j'aie écrit mon message en anglais, le
sujet était Bi lingual et était assez pour comprendre ma question

LOL :=)
Eric

J'aime des traductions érronées de Google Smile
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franeric
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 4:32 pm    Post subject: Re: de-ionised water = distilled water = eau déminéralisée ? Reply with quote

en francais:

mon poteau de croix d'anglais dans le domaine d'armature n'a pas été
censé pour être irrespectueux à aucune langue. juste que j'aurais
apprécié de l'expertise française sur la signification du
déminéralisée d'eau. quoique j'aie écrit mon message en anglais, le
sujet était Bi lingual et était assez pour comprendre ma question

LOL :=)
Eric
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beerismygas
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 2:46 pm    Post subject: Re: de-ionised water = distilled water = eau déminéralisée ? Reply with quote

my english language cross post into the fr. domain was not meant to be
disrespectful to any language. just that i would have appreciated some
french expertise on the meaning of eau déminéralisée. even though i
wrote my message in english, the subject was bi lingual and was enough
to understand my question.

en francais:

mon poteau de croix d'anglais dans le domaine d'armature n'a pas été
censé pour être irrespectueux à aucune langue. juste que j'aurais
apprécié de l'expertise française sur la signification du
déminéralisée d'eau. quoique j'aie écrit mon message en anglais, le
sujet était Bi lingual et était assez pour comprendre ma question
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franeric
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 11:31 am    Post subject: Re: de-ionised water = distilled water = eau déminéralisée ? Reply with quote

">>> Eric
Quote:
Easy for you to say!
no, it 's not easy to say, when I post on an english or american news group

l try to speak english , i don't speak very well but I try, and " croos post
"in french seem to be " messages croisés " :=)
Eric
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Ian Dalziel
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 10:44 am    Post subject: Re: de-ionised water = distilled water = eau déminéralisée ? Reply with quote

On Sat, 15 Jul 2006 01:19:48 +0100, "JAT"
<alex@tyrrell2000.free-online.co.uk> wrote:

Quote:

"franeric" <d.francoise32@aliceadsl.fr> wrote in message
news:e968kn$4ru$1@news.tiscali.fr...

"Ron Jones" <ron@ronjones.org.uk> a écrit dans le message de news:
44b69930$0$2070$c3e8da3@news.astraweb.com...
Coyoteboy wrote:
Ron Jones wrote:
beerismygas wrote:
What's wrong with plain tap?
Limescale buildup - something the anti-freeze cant stop IIRC. But then
i use tap water as im cheap and drop fluids regularly.

Limescale! Only if you are using *gallons* of water. One would assume
that the mix stays in the engine - there's only so much hardness, it
can't keep making scale.

j'avais cru comprendre que les groupes de discussion en " fr " se
déroulaient en français " et pour des questions sur de la flotte,
passionnant
Eric
Easy for you to say!


Comment dit-on en Français "cross-post"?

--

Ian D
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JAT
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 12:19 am    Post subject: Re: de-ionised water = distilled water = eau déminéralisée ? Reply with quote

"franeric" <d.francoise32@aliceadsl.fr> wrote in message
news:e968kn$4ru$1@news.tiscali.fr...
Quote:

"Ron Jones" <ron@ronjones.org.uk> a écrit dans le message de news:
44b69930$0$2070$c3e8da3@news.astraweb.com...
Coyoteboy wrote:
Ron Jones wrote:
beerismygas wrote:
What's wrong with plain tap?
Limescale buildup - something the anti-freeze cant stop IIRC. But then
i use tap water as im cheap and drop fluids regularly.

Limescale! Only if you are using *gallons* of water. One would assume
that the mix stays in the engine - there's only so much hardness, it
can't keep making scale.

j'avais cru comprendre que les groupes de discussion en " fr " se
déroulaient en français " et pour des questions sur de la flotte,
passionnant
Eric
Easy for you to say!
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lucasea@sbcglobal.net
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 3:43 pm    Post subject: Re: de-ionised water = distilled water = eau déminéralisée ? Reply with quote

"frischmoutt" <frischmoutt@ici.com> wrote in message
news:44b7a48d$0$1031$ba4acef3@news.orange.fr...
Quote:
What about using the condensed water from the cloth dryer ?
Has somebody any experience on that ?


As long as it is lint-free, should be fine. When I was growing up, we had a
dehumidifier in the basement, and used the condensate for several such
things--steam for clothes iron, car radiator, etc.

Eric Lucas
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Andrew Morton
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 2:56 pm    Post subject: Re: de-ionised water = distilled water = eau déminéralisée ? Reply with quote

frischmoutt wrote:
Quote:
What about using the condensed water from the cloth dryer ?

I suppose you could distill that to remove the lint...

Andrew
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frischmoutt
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 1:58 pm    Post subject: Re: de-ionised water = distilled water = eau déminéralisée ? Reply with quote

What about using the condensed water from the cloth dryer ?
Has somebody any experience on that ?

"Ron Jones" <ron@ronjones.org.uk> a écrit dans le message news:
44b6b84a$0$1055$c3e8da3@news.astraweb.com...
Quote:
naked_draughtsman wrote:
Ron Jones wrote:
Limescale! Only if you are using *gallons* of water.

Also depends where you live - we never have problems at home with
limescale so our water might be ok for an engine. In Derbyshire our
kettle needed descaling every other week as there was so much lime in
the water!

Yes, but you don't fill the car as often as a kettle. I never had any
problems in Essex (water hard as nails!) - even when I took the engines
apart in my misspent youth...

--
Ron Jones
Process Safety & Development Specialist
Don't repeat history, unreported chemical lab/plant near missesa at
http://www.crhf.org.uk Only two things are certain: The universe and
human stupidity; and I'm not certain about the universe. ~ Albert
Einstein

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Ron Jones
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 9:17 pm    Post subject: Re: de-ionised water = distilled water = eau déminéralisée ? Reply with quote

naked_draughtsman wrote:
Quote:
Ron Jones wrote:
Limescale! Only if you are using *gallons* of water.

Also depends where you live - we never have problems at home with
limescale so our water might be ok for an engine. In Derbyshire our
kettle needed descaling every other week as there was so much lime in
the water!

Yes, but you don't fill the car as often as a kettle. I never had any
problems in Essex (water hard as nails!) - even when I took the engines
apart in my misspent youth...

--
Ron Jones
Process Safety & Development Specialist
Don't repeat history, unreported chemical lab/plant near missesa at
http://www.crhf.org.uk Only two things are certain: The universe and
human stupidity; and I'm not certain about the universe. ~ Albert
Einstein
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franeric
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 7:57 pm    Post subject: Re: de-ionised water = distilled water = eau déminéralisée ? Reply with quote

"Ron Jones" <ron@ronjones.org.uk> a écrit dans le message de news:
44b69930$0$2070$c3e8da3@news.astraweb.com...
Quote:
Coyoteboy wrote:
Ron Jones wrote:
beerismygas wrote:
What's wrong with plain tap?
Limescale buildup - something the anti-freeze cant stop IIRC. But then
i use tap water as im cheap and drop fluids regularly.

Limescale! Only if you are using *gallons* of water. One would assume
that the mix stays in the engine - there's only so much hardness, it can't
keep making scale.

j'avais cru comprendre que les groupes de discussion en " fr " se

déroulaient en français " et pour des questions sur de la flotte,
passionnant
Eric
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naked_draughtsman
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 7:38 pm    Post subject: Re: de-ionised water = distilled water = eau déminéralisée ? Reply with quote

Ron Jones wrote:
Quote:
Limescale! Only if you are using *gallons* of water.

Also depends where you live - we never have problems at home with
limescale so our water might be ok for an engine. In Derbyshire our
kettle needed descaling every other week as there was so much lime in
the water!

peter
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Ron Jones
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 7:05 pm    Post subject: Re: de-ionised water = distilled water = eau déminéralisée ? Reply with quote

Coyoteboy wrote:
Quote:
Ron Jones wrote:
beerismygas wrote:
What's wrong with plain tap?
Limescale buildup - something the anti-freeze cant stop IIRC. But then
i use tap water as im cheap and drop fluids regularly.

Limescale! Only if you are using *gallons* of water. One would assume that
the mix stays in the engine - there's only so much hardness, it can't keep
making scale.

--
Ron Jones
Process Safety & Development Specialist
Don't repeat history, unreported chemical lab/plant near missesa at
http://www.crhf.org.uk Only two things are certain: The universe and
human stupidity; and I'm not certain about the universe. ~ Albert
Einstein
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JAT
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 12:06 am    Post subject: Re: de-ionised water = distilled water = eau déminéralisée ? Reply with quote

"Coyoteboy" <coyoteboyuk@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1152738295.809561.151890@m73g2000cwd.googlegroups.com...
Quote:

Ron Jones wrote:
beerismygas wrote:
What's wrong with plain tap?
Limescale buildup - something the anti-freeze cant stop IIRC. But then
i use tap water as im cheap and drop fluids regularly.

If you know anyone who works in a power station ask them to get you a few
gallons from the water treatment plant. I used to work in one and used it
for years. Sold it by the gallon for a while until I was caught on!

Alex
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Coyoteboy
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 12, 2006 9:04 pm    Post subject: Re: de-ionised water = distilled water = eau déminéralisée ? Reply with quote

Ron Jones wrote:
Quote:
beerismygas wrote:
What's wrong with plain tap?
Limescale buildup - something the anti-freeze cant stop IIRC. But then

i use tap water as im cheap and drop fluids regularly.
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