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Flux Pens

Flux Pens

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CircuitWorks® Flux Pens provide controlled and exact applications that are generally compatible with most materials in the electronics industry. Use a flux pen to apply flux to printed circuit boards, heat sinks, chip carriers, switches, sockets and much more. CircuitWorks® fluxes are fast drying, and the applicators are completely portable and produce minimal excess flux waste. All CircuitWorks® brand fluxes and flux application tools are RoHS Compliant.CircuitWorks® Flux Dispensing Pens provide controlled and exact applications that are generally compatible with most materials in the electronics industry.  CircuitWorks® Flux Pens are fast drying, completely portable and have minimal excess flux waste. All CircuitWorks® Flux Dispensing Pens are RoHS Compliant.

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CircuitWorks Lead-Free Flux Pen
Flux pen for applying flux with precision and control

CircuitWorks No Clean Flux Pen
Flux pen for applying no-clean flux with precision and control

CircuitWorks Rosin Flux Pen
Flux Pen for applying rosin flux with precision and control

CircuitWorks Water Soluble Flux Pen
Flux pen for applying water-soluble flux with precision and control

CircuitWorks No-Clean Tacky Flux
Conveniently packaged no-clean flux gel formulated for easy BGA rework

CircuitWorks Lead-Free Tacky Flux
Conveniently packaged flux gel formulated for easy lead-free BGA rework

CircuitWorks Lead-Free Pocket Solder
Lead free, high purity pocket sized solder dispenser for convenient rework and repair

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