[volt-nuts] keeping water out of enclosures (was: Low-cost voltage reference questions)
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Fri Jan 22 16:24:05 EST 2016
In message <20160122221053.8362277eb59f0f8cabca9816 at kinali.ch>, Attila Kinali w
>[...] and filling all unsued space with silica gel.
Just don't forget that silica gel is a relatively excellent material
for thermal insulation.
Silica Gel is a popular dessicant mainly because it doesn't matter
if you flip it over to turn it upside down.
In stationary applications there are a large selection of salts,
including almost any chloride you have heard about, which are very
volume efficient compared to silicagel *provided* the beaker/glass/bucket
you put them in doesn't get tipped over.
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