CLEANER FLUX-EX 200/B
The Flux-EX 200/B cleaner is an alkaline cleaning concentrate which is used for cleaning electronic assemblies after appropriate dilution with water. The agent removes rosin (colophony) residues and residues of organic acids and other organic non-ionic soiling such as oils and greases. It is very well suited for the removal of most No-Clean flux residues and outstanding for cleaning soldering frames and masks.
CLEANER FLUX-EX 500
The Flux-EX 500 cleaner has mainly been developed for cleaning circuit boards after soldering with usual solder processes. However, it is also suitable for numerous other applications, e.g. cleaning for soldering frames, stencils and screens or also for electronic components. Circuit boards cleaned with Flux-EX 500 meet the highest requirements for reliability and are optimised by coating afterwards with conformal coatings and/or casting compounds.
SCREEN AND STENCIL CLEANER
STENCIL CLEANING CLOTH IPA
The stencil cleaning cloth IPA is a cloth made of 100% polyester soaked with solvent. It has low lint content and is dust-free and is ideally suitable for removing soiling by solder pastes on screens, stencils, other materials and equipment. Other applications for cleaning are possible.
CLEANERS FLUX-EX 401 AND 402
Flux-EX 401 and 402 are organic-based cleaners which can be used for cleaning solder paste residues from SMD print stencils and screens. Tools, scrapers and printing machines can of course also be cleaned with these. Dried-in solder paste residues are removed reliably, quickly and easily.
SOLDERING TIP CLEANERS
TIPPY SOLDERING TIP CLEANER
The Tippy soldering tip cleaner (lead-free) cleans and tins soiled and oxidised soldering tips quickly and easily in one work operation. It consists of high quality solder powder with activated additives. For cleaning, stroke the soldering tip over the surface of the Tippy. The soldering tip temperature should be at least 220°C and maximum 450°C. The cleaning and tinning improves the closer the soldering tip temperature is to 450°C.