Circuit Chiller for PCB Diagnostics
Chemtronics line of freeze Spray is exceptionally pure, nonflammable, and provides instantaneous freezing action while leaving no residue. Conveniently packaged and designed for either pinpoint or full board application, these non-reactive circuit refrigerants evaporate instantly while cooling targeted areas.
- Test electronic equipment for and locate thermal intermittent components and systems
- Testing electronic components
- Provide heat sink protection for heat sensitive components during soldering and desoldering
- Perform low-temperature testing of prototype circuitry and electromechanical systems
- Locate hairline cracks in stressed traces of PC board
- Freeze adhesives for quick removal
Chemtronics line of Freeze Spray is available in regular, antistatic formulations for use on static-sensitive components, and wide spray formulations to cool a large area immediately.
Chemtronics Freeze Spray:
- Rapidly cool an area
- Are non-abrasive, safe on plastics and other sensitive surfaces
- Are nonflammable
- Evaporate quickly
- Leave no residue
What is freeze spray (circuit chiller)?
Freeze spray, also known as circuit chiller or electronic freeze spray, is a type of aerosol spray used in electronics and electrical maintenance. It is designed to rapidly cool down electronic components and circuits for various purposes, such as troubleshooting, identifying faulty components, or locating thermal issues.
For more details, check out "Ultimate Guide to Diagnostic Freeze Spray".
Does antistatic freeze spray (circuit chiller) leave a residue?
The alcohol additive that gives Antistatic Freeze Spray its antistatic properties evaporates completely, leaving no residue behind.
How can freeze spray (circuit chiller) avoid static build up?
Antistatic Freeze Spray is specifically formulated with dissipative properties to minimize static electricity build-up. These formulations contain additives that help conduct static charges away from the surface being cooled, reducing the risk of damaging sensitive components.
Is computer duster and freeze spray the same?
Technically they are different products for very different purposes. In many cases, though, the chemical contents are very similar or even identical. In those cases, the valve controls whether you spray vapor (duster) or liquid (freeze spray). Although you can turn over the can to spray liquid, in the case of duster, and vapor in the case of freeze spray, you are taking a risk going outside the intended function of the product. For example, if using an HFC-152a based duster, we do not recommend using as a freezer because of its flammable properties.