No clean flux. spray bottle 250 ml
Soldering fluxes are used to treat components surface and boards facilitating soldering operations.
No clean"" fluxes reduce the formation of residues.
Deoxidising flux used for soldering on automatic or manual machines ready-to-use flux.
It is preferably used for spray fluxing.
⦁ 250 ml spray bottle (Ref E52006)
⦁ 1 litre canister (Ref E52000)
⦁ 20 litre canister (Ref 52008)
⦁ Solution: Alcoholic
⦁ Flash point: 13°C
⦁ Colour: Colourless
⦁ Density at 20°C: 0.806
⦁ Dry extract: < 2
⦁ Acid Index (AI): 13 mg/ml
⦁ Cl rate: < 0.01%.
Recommended conditions for spray fluxing:
The preheating temperature after fluxing:
⦁ Top side: 100 and 120°C
⦁ Bottom side: 90 and 120°C
⦁ Quantity of flux deposited: 90-150 μg/cm2
⦁ Fluxer type: standard spray
⦁ Pump frequency: 40 - 50Hz (typical)
⦁ Cleaning of the fluxer elements: very easy with lukewarm water (Solvent not necessary)
⦁ Preheating temperature bottom side: 90-120°C (typical)
⦁ Conveyor angle: 4-7° (typical)
⦁ Conveyor speed: 0.8-1.5m/min
⦁ Wave contact time: 3-4s (CMS wave: 0.3-1s)
⦁ Alloy bath temperature: 235-250°C (typical)
Depending on the conditions of use (equipment components printed circuits etc.) it is necessary to adjust the parameters.
Storage in a ventilated room suitable for storing flammable products at temperatures close to 20°C in original containers
Shelf-life: 12 months
Hazardous products subject to specific transport regulation.