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Flux-Off Lead Free

Flux-Off® Lead-Free Flux Remover is an extra strength solvent that removes heavy and encrusted flux deposits resulting from high temperature lead-free soldering applications. This powerful cleaner quickly removes all types of flux, oxide particles, dust, grease and oil, and then evaporates quickly leaving no residues.

Available with The BrushClean™ System - Gentle scrubbing action of a brush combined with high performance flux remover. Click here for more information.

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Features & Benefits

  • Engineered for removing high temperature, lead free flux
  • Can also be used to remove Tin/Lead fluxes
  • Evaporates quickly without leaving residue
  • All-Way Spray valve - even sprays upside down
  • Flammable
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Available with BrushClean™ System

Applications

  • Formulated specifically for lead-free flux removal
  • Ideal for removing heat-degraded flux
Shelf Life 5 yrs.
Shipping Name Consumer Commodity ORM-D

FAQ's

Why is there white residue when I clean my PCB?

White residue is generally a symptom of ineffective PCB cleaning. Common conductive flux residues from the soldering process can include various unreacted activators, binders, rheology components, and saponifiers. Among these are numerous iterations of acids (abietic, adipic, succinic among others),...

Do you need to clean flux?

Yes, flux should be cleaned off of a printed circuit board (PCB) after soldering is completed. The following are the reasons to remove flux residues: Improve Aesthetic Appearance of PCB - If you are a contract manufacturer of PCB’s, the visual appearance of the board reflects on your work. A ...

How do you clean excess flux?

The most common way to clean flux residues from a repair area is to saturate a cotton or foam swab with isopropyl alcohol or another cleaning solvent, and rub it around the repair area. While this may be adequate for no-clean flux, where the goal is a visually clean PCB, this may not be clean enough...

How do you use flux remover?

The most common way to clean flux residues from a repair area is to saturate a cotton or foam swab with isopropyl alcohol or another cleaning solvent, and rub it around the repair area. While this may be adequate for no-clean flux, where the goal is a visually clean PCB, this may not be clean enough...

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Part # Size Units Per Case
ES897B

6 oz/170 g BrushClean™ System

12 cans
ES1697

12 oz / 340 g aerosol

12 cans
ES197

1 gal. / 3.7 L liquid

1 container
ES5597

55 gal. / 208 L liquid

1 container
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