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Thread: Underwater robots
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face BY : Mike Kendall email (remove spam text)



I agree with your comment about filling with another compound.  For example
Shell Diala is a suitable non-conductive light oil that is used in electric
company transformers and will double as dummy load oil.  I found that it can
be purchased locally very easily for $27/gallon.  I found another compound
that is a natural for this type of work through my research.  A compound
called "Gelstar" is similiar to silicone grease but a fraction of the cost.
It is in the $20 per gallon price range.  This stuff is apparantly used to
inertly backfill fiber optics.  It can be used as a dielectric grease.
73,
Mike
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