Flux Remover

Flux Remover

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Flux Remover

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Flux removers (defluxers) remove flux residues and other contaminants left by manufacture, rework, or repair of printed circuit boards. Residues from higher, lead-free temperatures are more baked on and harder to clean. PWR-4™, G3®, E-LINE™ and Precision-V™ flux removers have been proven very effective at removing fluxes baked on at lead-free temperatures.

Micro-components and fine pitch leads are delicate and easily damaged, so brushing and scrubbing should be avoided if possible. Both G3, E-LINE™ and Precision-V have a powerful spray and strong solvent that blasts off residues and cleans areas under components that a brush cannot touch.

Techspray offers traditional solvent-based cleaners and cutting-edge water-based technologies marketed under the Techspray Renew™ brand.

TECHSPRAY RENEW™ branded cleaners are innovative solutions that combine the best of current “green” technologies to make the most powerful eco-friendly cleaners on the market.

All Techspray flux removers have the following advantages:

  • Help create bright, shiny solder joints
  • Improve PCB reliability
  • Prevent conformal coating defects
  • Prevent corrosion from contamination
  • RoHS compliant

Click here for Flux Remover selection guide

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PWR-4 Flux Remover PWR-4 Flux Remover
Powerful, non-flammable, cost effective flux removal -- safer nPB replacement
G3 Flux Remover G3 Flux Remover
Strong, fast-acting & nonflammable flux remover
G3 No-Clean Flux Remover G3 No-Clean Flux Remover
Strong, fast-acting & nonflammable no-clean flux remover spray
G3 Universal Cleaner G3 Universal Cleaner
Nonflammable & powerful liquid cleaner
E-Line Flux Remover E-Line Flux Remover
Powerful & economical flux remover
E-Line Flux Remover & Maintenance Cleaner E-Line Flux Remover & Maintainance Cleaner
Powerful & economical liquid cleaner
E-Line IPA E-Line IPA
99+% IPA in convenient aerosol package
Precision-V Flux Remover & Maintenance Cleaner Precision-V Universal Cleaner
Nonflammable & powerful precision cleaner
Precision-V VC-1500 Flux Remover Precision-V Vapor-Degreaser Flux Remover
Powerful vapor degreaser solvent
Precision-V ME-1500 Vapor Degreaser Solvent Precision-V ME1500 Vapor-Degreaser Solvent
High precision vapor degreaser solvent
Eco-dFluxer SMT100 Eco-dFluxer SMT100
Inline & batch water-based flux remover
Eco-dFluxer SMT300 Eco-dFluxer SMT300
Inline & batch water-based flux remover for sensitive metals
Eco-dFluxer SMT200 	Eco-dFluxer SMT200
Inline & batch water-based flux remover for sensitive metals
Ethyl Alcohol (Ethanol) Wipes 1606-30pk
Pre-saturated wipes with ethanol for fast evaporation
Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) Wipes - 70% 70% isopropyl alcohol
Pre-saturated wipes with 70% pure isopropyl alcohol
Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) Wipes - 99+% Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) Wipes - 99.8%
Pre-saturated alcohol wipes with 99+% pure isopropyl alcohol

FAQ's

How can you reduce chemical exposure?

Every organization using hazardous chemicals within their facility has the responsibility to equip their facility and personnel to maintain exposure levels below the TLV. Personal monitoring badges can be used to measure exposure of a specific material. Then, depending on the threshold limit and the application, exposure can be controlled with PPE like masks, face shields, respirators, and even coveralls. If they don’t reduce exposure below the recommended limit, you will need to consider a special ventilation hood or even containment booth. As you can see, as the exposure limit gets down to a certain level, the equipment required to safely use the solvent can get impractical. At that point, your best option is to consider a safer alternative.

How do you know the safe exposure limit of a degreaser, contact cleaner, or flux remover?

The personal hazard associated with a solvent is often defined using Threshold Limit Value (TLV), which is the recommended average exposure in an 8-hour day, 40 hour work week. The lower the TLV of a particular substance, the less a worker can be exposed to without harmful effects. TLV is stated on the SDS of chemical products, in additional to recommended personal protection equipment (or PPE). The threshold limit value of a solvent is generally set by the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH). The unit of measure is Parts Per Million (PPM).

Do you need to clean no-clean flux?

No, not if your concern is only reliability problems from ionic contamination. No-clean flux contains minimal ionic material that is fully consumed when the flux is activated, or in other words, brought to soldering temperature. If all of the flux isn’t activated, like when you apply a lot of flux but only solder a small area, you still need to clean the PCB. If you are applying conformal coating, you should remove all flux residues, regardless of the type of flux. Most people understand that when painting something, the surface must be prepared so it is absolutely clean. Otherwise, the paint will quickly lift off the surface and peel off. The same logic applies to conformal coating, even when the contamination is from no-clean flux.

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