General Purpose Cleaner and Adhesive Remover is environmentally responsible
- Cleans dirt, moisture, dust and light oxides
- Removes both ionic and organic compounds
- Dissolves many adhesives, except for cured epoxies and cyanoacrylates
- Removes inks
- Cleans flux residue and stencil pastes
- Use PCBs, FR-4 material, stencils, connectors, cables and mechanical assemblies
- Removes silicone conformal coatings
- Produced, labeled and packaged for compliance with all UK and EU safety rules
- Natural and biodegradable citrus-based cleaner
- No residue / no rinsing
- Strong cleaning strength – test on plastics
- Kb Value: 67 (est.)
- Slow drying time helps drying time helps when cleaning stubborn fluxes
- Pleasant citrus scent
- Chemical Family: Terpene Hydrocarbon
- Flammable (more economical than nonflammable versions)
- VOC Content – 736 g/L
- RoHS/WEEE/ REACH/EPA SNAP compliant
The General Purpose Cleaner and Adhesive Remover replaces the Slow-Drying Flux Remover (MCC-E7M). It is a natural, biodegradable, cleaning formulation made with citrus terpenes (not pine) and without surfactants. So, it avoids the well-known flammability risks inherent in using old-style pine terpenes near white metals such as aluminum. The cleaner dries slowly, maximizing 'tack time' and minimizing solvent consumption. It has a citrus aroma which is natural and generally non-toxic. But it requires good ventilation. Avoid prolonged skin contact to avoid localized, temporary skin irritation. Neutral pH (not citric acid). The aerosol cans are both TriggerGrip™ Cleaning Tool compatible and StatZAP™ ESD Eliminator Tool compatible.
|Part Number||Package||Weight||Size||Technical Data Sheet||Safety Data Sheet|
|SDF107 MCC-SDF107||Aerosol||284g .5 lb||368mL 13 oz|
|Weight||284g .5 lb|
|Size||368mL 13 oz|
|Technical Data Sheet|
|Safety Data Sheet|
|Appearance||Clear, colourless liquid|
|PEL (ppm, 8-hr TWA)||Not Available|
|Boiling Point||169-187°C (340-372°F)|
|Chemical Family||Terpene Hydrocarbon|
|Cleaning Strength (kb)||67|
|VOC Organic Content (g/L)||736|
|REACH & ELINCS Compliant|
|RoHS and WEEE Compliant|
|Specific Gravity||0.86 mL|
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