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Flux-Off Aqueous

Flux-Off® Aqueous is an extra-strength water based cleaner for flux removal in ultrasonic cleaning as well as batch and in-line cleaning systems. It is an excellent cleaner for the removal of all rosin and no clean flux types from electronic sub-assemblies, printed circuit boards and all other electronic components. This concentrated formula can be diluted 1:10 with deionized water for handling all cleaning applications. Flux-Off® Aqueous will effectively remove other contaminants such as dirt, grease, handling soils and molding compounds.

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Features & Benefits

  • Water-based saponifier for removing all flux types
  • For use with ultrasonic, batch and in-line cleaning systems
  • Removes encrusted, hard, baked fluxes
  • Water dilutable
  • Nonflammable
  • Requires a water rinse
  • RoHS compliant
Shelf Life 5 yrs. unopened and 2 yrs. opened
Shipping Name Cleaning Compound N.O.I

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1 gal / 3.7 L container

1 container $51.85
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