Freeze Spray

Freeze Spray is engineered for locating thermal intermittent electrical components and cooling printed circuit boards. This circuit refrigerant system is nonflammable, residue-free and provides fast cooling action.

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Features & Benefits

  • Quickly and efficiently cool large areas, ideal for fast thermal cycling
  • Rapidly cools components to -60°F/-51°C
  • Non-abrasive, safe for use on plastics and other sensitive surfaces
  • Ultra pure, filtered to <0.2 microns
  • Nonflammable
  • CFC/HCFC free
  • Evaporates quickly
  • Leaves no residue

Applications

  • Cool Equipment for Testing
  • Dissipate Heat While Soldering or Desoldering
  • Isolate Thermal Intermittent Components
  • Test Circuit Traces for Continuity and Stress Fractures
  • Track Intermittent Failures and Shorts
Specifications Fed Spec A-A58060, ARI Standard 700
Shelf Life 10 yrs.
Shipping Name Consumer Commodity ORM-D

Articles

Ultimate Guide to Diagnostic Freeze Spray

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Ultimate Guide to Cleaning Electronics

In the process of assembling, reworking or repairing printed circuit boards (PCB) for electronic devices, the discussion inevitably turns to whether or not to clean the PCB. Cleaning adds time and expense to the process, and doing it wrong can cause more harm than good. This guide will walk yo...
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ES1052

10 oz. / 283 g aerosol

12 $178.80
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