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Freeze Spray, Aerosol, Refrigerant, 10 oz

19-8410-10 - Freeze Spray, Aerosol, Refrigerant, 10 oz

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The 19-8410-10 is a Freeze Mist Aerosol used to locate thermal intermittents in electronic components such as capacitors, resistors and semi-conductors. This refrigerant spray is great for removing chewing gum from fabrics, freezing adhesives for easy removal, protecting heat sensitive components during soldering or for thermal metal parts. The control trigger nozzle enables the user to apply the product with pinpoint accuracy and reduce product usage. Freeze Mist contains no ozone depleting chemicals. The anti-static formulation minimizes the risk of electrostatic damage to sensitive components.


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