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Flux Remover, Aqueous, Bottle, 1 Gallon (US)

ES132 - Flux Remover, Aqueous, Bottle, 1 Gallon (US)

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Manufacturer Part No:
ES132
Newark Part No.:
50B9379
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Product Information

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Flux Remover
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Electrical, Electronics, Heat Sinks, PCBs
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Can
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1gallon (US)
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Product Overview

The ES132 is an Aqueous is ideally formulated for flux removal in ultrasonic and in-line cleaning systems. It is an excellent cleaner for the removal of all rosin and no-clean flux types from electronic subassemblies, printed circuit boards and all other electronic components. This concentrated formula can be diluted 1:10 with deionized water for many cleaning applications. The Flux-Off® Aqueous will effectively remove other contaminants such as dirt, grease, handling soils and molding compounds. For use with ultrasonic and in-line cleaning systems, quickly removes all rosin and no-clean flux types. It is in the form of clear, amber liquid.
  • Removes encrusted, hard, baked fluxes
  • Powerful cleaner leaves no residue
  • Contains no CFCs or HCFCs
  • Non-abrasive
  • Non-flammable
  • Non-corrosive
  • 212°F Boiling point
  • 1.03 Specific gravity

Applications

Consumer Electronics, Maintenance & Repair, Motor Drive & Control

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