R: R: R: [ROVERNET - UK] Diluition of Dinitrol
Ruotolo Gianluca (DD)
gianluca.ruotolo at enel.it
Fri Aug 4 10:09:14 BST 2006
very kind of you.
I was told there is a special solvent to use, so I'll have to wait more time.
I also think I'll have to repeat the treatment in 3- 4 years, according to a rare use and a quitre good climate, without salt on the roads.
In these days the coachbuilder will respray the pieces externally.
I hope thye oven will nott create any problem to drying Dinitrol, the temperature inside is more or less 40 C° but the external temperature is new by us 30 - 35 C°.
Bes regars, Gianluca.
Da: rovernet-bounces at lyris.ccdata.com [mailto:rovernet-bounces at lyris.ccdata.com] Per conto di Anders Hedelund Larsen
Inviato: venerdì 4 agosto 2006 8.53
A: rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com
Oggetto: Re: R: R: [ROVERNET - UK] Diluition of Dinitrol
No problem, it will be harder - and hard enough - over time, and yes, in
comparison the thick thing for noise reduction gets quite hard and
brittle - all too often too hard and brittle.
Old Volvos, which were among the first to use anti corrosion, are long
lasting, but rust severely when the Dinitrol finally gets brittle as well.
Unless: On such cars (also my Lancia 1980) new anti corrosion should be
applied as two layers of the sticky thing - to possibly soften and creep
behind cracks in the original: http://www.xoz.dk/ahl/auto/protect/
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