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Solder Flux, Water Soluble, Soldering, Bottle, 1 gallon (US)

63-0000-0182 - Solder Flux, Water Soluble, Soldering, Bottle, 1 gallon (US)

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Manufacturer:
KESTER KESTER
Manufacturer Part No:
63-0000-0182
Newark Part No.:
83H4430

Product Information

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Water Soluble
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Soldering
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Bottle
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1gallon (US)
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Product Overview

The 63-0000-0182 is a Rosin Soldering Flux, clear homogeneous solution of 25% pure colophony dissolved in isopropyl alcohol with 0.15% diethylamine hydrochloride (CAS 660-68-4). It has been formulated to meet the requirements of IPC J-STD-002 and J-STD-003 for solderability testing. The 182 is highly recommended for solderability testing of leads, printed circuit boards and other electrical components because of its consistently high quality. It contains halogen.
  • Water soluble

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