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Okay, I know this is a cranky question but, maybe I could save some money so worth asking :)

I have one of those poratble Air Con units that cools things down in my work room. A product of this cooling is water which I normally pour away.

Is this water 'distilled water'? I guess it's gone through the evapouration process.

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Okay, I know this is a cranky question but, maybe I could save some money so worth asking :)

I have one of those poratble Air Con units that cools things down in my work room. A product of this cooling is water which I normally pour away.

Is this water 'distilled water'? I guess it's gone through the evapouration process.

John
Well not really. You are correct in that it is evaporation from the unit, but it is actually from the condenser. Meaning it will contain a large amount of lead and cooper. Also, there is no filtration of this water….keep dumping it out. Great thinking though!!
 

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Okay, I know this is a cranky question but, maybe I could save some money so worth asking :)

I have one of those poratble Air Con units that cools things down in my work room. A product of this cooling is water which I normally pour away.

Is this water 'distilled water'? I guess it's gone through the evapouration process.

John

Simple answer - no. You shouldn't use it in your printer.

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