I remind you that it was at room temperature in a plastic bottle with a greenhouse effect under the solar radiation of this period ... we must now confirm that it works in a water bath at 60 ° C or more ...
After finding out about chemical incompatibilities: steel, aluminum, copper and cased concrete ... for metals I think they are found in Citroën's hydraulic circuits (to be checked) ... but for concrete ...
The LHM is 8 € per liter ... best price I found in a 1 L can ...
If I decide to make a layer of 2 mm I will therefore need 50L ... or 400 € ... so you have to be sure that it works and that it will not do any damage (even in the long term) ...
A lot of info on the LHM (it's less harmless than you might think ...)
https://www.hella-pagid.com/hellapagid/ ... HM_ENG.pdf
ME in chief!
For the LHM we can read:
Acute toxicity to aquatic or soil organisms is expected to be low, however oil spills can smother and suffocate by preventing
passage of oxygen and water. Oil contamination can also foul and smother birds and marine animals.
Fish Based on knowledge and experience of similar products not expected to be toxic
Aquatic invertebrates Based on knowledge and experience of similar products not expected to be toxic
12.2 Persistence & Degradability
Product is expected to be inherently but not readily biodegradable based on its ingredients. Should not be admitted into bio-
logical waste treatment plants. The product is based on highly refined mineral oils that are considered stable to hydrolysis.
The product is considered stable in the presence of water.
12.3 Bioaccumulative Potential
Base oil hydrocarbons possibly accumulative. Log POW> 6.
12.4 Mobility in soil
Insoluble in water on which it floats. Does not evaporate from water or soil. Limited mobility in soil but some components
may penetrate the soil and cause groundwater pollution.
12.5 Results of PBT and vPvB assessment
Data not available
12.6 Other adverse effects
IF Macro wants to decode certain things ... like LOG POW> 6?
What type of LHM oil is it?
Your only enemy the dust
Capt_Maloche wrote:Apparently no oxidation and neutral with metals
Your only enemy the dust
Yes it seems quite a priori ... and there is not really dust under a closed concrete slab ...
On the other hand, a reaction would be possible with the concrete casing ... to be tested in TP too ...
GuyGadeboisLeRetour wrote:Dust ... and fumes? And the infiltrations? And the reactions with concrete? I would be paid that I would not use this stuff outside of its original destination!
Yeah but you don't have any ass ... we all know it here
You have to read the pdf ... almost zero fumes (very high flash point and boiling point) and there is a concrete slab above ...
I'm going to mold a basin of sika concrete to do a test ...
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