[argyllcms] Re: AW: Re: Eye-One problem

  • From: Michel Joly de Lotbinière <michel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 25 Apr 2010 13:20:31 -0400

Thanks everyone for your reactions to my doubts.I don't have the
device--I should have at least looked for a photo of it before
commenting, but ... in any case, I fully agree with Klaus's remarks
about possible liquid propellant emissions from those common clean air
pressure cans: I now use a Giotto "Q.ball" large squeeze-bulb, which
of course does not put out high pressure air like a can, but mostly
does the job.

On Sat, Apr 24, 2010 at 7:17 PM, Vladimir Gajic <vgajic67@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Agree with that. It's risky if you spray at a short distance.
> Regards
> Vladimir
> -- Gesendet von meinem Palm Pre
> ________________________________
> Klaus Karcher <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> schrieb am 24.04.2010 20:21:
> Ernst Dinkla wrote:
>> The cone will be taken off the instrument before the cleaning. It is a
>> simple part with a 0.55mm selected white float glass disc glued in at
>> the wide side. One expects that the UV cut version will have the filter
>> glass there. I guess Vladimir uses one of the clean air pressurised cans
>> to blow the dust out, you wouldn't like to use 8 bar air with oil mist
>> for that purpose.
> I use a very thin brush to clean the inner side of the cone -- works
> like a charm. I've had bad experience of compressed air in cans: they
> can spray propellant drops that leave stains behind on optical surfaces.
> Klaus

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