Re: Xylene Beads

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Surely the usual "contamination" is alcohol or wax, not water?  The 
only effective way to remove these seems to be distillation.

Just a thought


<color><param>FF00,0000,0000</param>> I just read an article about using sodium aluminosilicate beads in xylene.

> These beads are supposed to remove water from the xylene so that you can use

> your xylene "indefinitely."  These beads are listed as being available from

> Universal Oil Products in Des Plaines, IL.  Has anyone ever tried these

> beads?  Does anyone have phone number for this company?  Thanks in advance.


> Laurie Colbert

> Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center

> Burbank, CA




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