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Dana Countryman



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PostPosted: Sat May 29, 2010 2:25 pm    Post subject: Re: Abestos
Subject description: What about abestos sheet ?
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instrumantiq wrote:
Hello,
Is anyone knows what material could replace the abestos (amiante in French) part efficiently, with the same peculiar quality....?

Thank you
Gilles

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Hi Gilles --

That's a VERY good question, because I have the same problem. The Asbestos is crumbling away in mine, too. The "attack" is very poor...

It would be nice to replace it with something easier found, rather than have to replace the entire circuit in that section with a photocell, etc.

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- Dana
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instrumantiq



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PostPosted: Sat May 29, 2010 2:33 pm    Post subject:  Abestos
Subject description: What about abestos sheet ?
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Hello,
Is anyone knows what material could replace the abestos (amiante in French) part efficiently, with the same peculiar quality....?

Thank you
Gilles

P.S : By the way, I already sold my former ONDIOLINE. I can get some anytime. If any comes, I'd very pleased to contact you. Don't hesitate to come to "instrumAntiq.com" website. Be a site member and I will advise you.

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instrumantiq



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PostPosted: Sat May 29, 2010 3:03 pm    Post subject:  Abestos sheet (amiante)
Subject description: What about abestos sheet ?
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Most of owners Ondioline doesn't know the presence in it of Abestos and not at all harmless for the health

Gilles

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Dayfan



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PostPosted: Sun May 30, 2010 7:36 am    Post subject: Ondioline
Subject description: Asbestos Replacement
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If you want to replace it for health reasons I don't think you have to worry because of the small quantity, short exposure while working on it and because it is normally confined within the instrument. If you need to replace it I would try some fairly dense fibreglass pad like is used for sound deadening in speaker enclosures. The dielectric properties should be similar. I'm not sure if the dielectric properties are important, may be just a compressible spacer. Air may be the real dielectric. Also could try using a thin foam rubber pad. Just an idea. I've always kept the asbestos, it is more original.

Dayfan
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instrumantiq



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PostPosted: Sun May 30, 2010 8:16 am    Post subject: Ondioline
Subject description: Asbestos Replacement
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Thanks for your reply.
Ok for leaving it but what to do when it is desintegrated in a numerous parts not fixed to the board ? (like Dana one)...should we glue it ? ...with what ?
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PostPosted: Sun May 30, 2010 8:26 am    Post subject: Ondioline
Subject description: Asbestos
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I would wrap it in plastic using part of a plastic bag, trim to size and seal it with mylar tape just the shape required and it should last forever.
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