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Flux Remover, Bottle, 1 Gallon (US)

63-0000-5760 - Flux Remover, Bottle, 1 Gallon (US)

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Manufacturer Part No:
63-0000-5760
Newark Part No.:
99B2572
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Flux Remover
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Gummy Residues, Ink, Labels
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Product Overview

The 63-0000-5760 is a Neutralizer for removing residues from fluxes. It is a buffered, alkaline concentrated formula which effectively removes both organic and inorganic acid flux residues. This includes water-soluble fluxes used in wave soldering, hot air levelling and infrared reflow processes. Simple neutralization with caustic soda or other alkaline solutions will not completely remove ionisable, potentially corrosive and conductive residue which is formed during soldering. Kester 5760 neutralizer will completely solubilize chloride complex residues such as lead chloride by selective chelation so that a water rise will remove all traces of harmful contamination.
  • Removes ionisable residues
  • Easily cleaned in water
  • Effective for both organic and inorganic residue

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