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ES1550 - 

COOLANT/FREEZE, AEROSOL, 15FL.OZ

CHEMTRONICS ES1550

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Manufacturer Part No:
ES1550
Newark Part No.:
00Z1212
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Product Information

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Aerosol
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15fl.oz (US)
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15oz
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Product Overview

The ES1550 is an Aerosol Coolant or Freeze engineered for locating thermal intermittent electrical components and cooling printed circuit boards. This circuit refrigerant system is residue-free and provides fast cooling action. It is in the form of clear, colorless liquefied gas with slight ethereal odor. The Freez-It® is generally compatible with most materials used in printed circuit board fabrication, including sensitive plastics and compounds. With any circuit refrigerant, compatibility must be determined on a non-critical area prior to use.
  • Non-flammable
  • High heat transfer
  • Low static generation
  • Non-corrosive
  • Lowers temperature to -60°F
  • Ultra pure, filtered to <0.2 microns
  • Leaves no residue
  • Non-abrasive on most surfaces
  • Contains no CFCs or HCFCs

Applications

Consumer Electronics, Maintenance & Repair, Test & Measurement

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