ProClean Alcohol Enhanced Flux Remover is perfect for cleaning R, RA, RMA, OA and SA pastes and fluxes
- Versatile cleaning — works great on R, RA, RMA, OA and SA fluxes and pastes
- Use on solder pastes, fluxes and fresh chip bonder
- Cleans through-hole and SMT boards, insulators, cables and connectors
- Produced, labeled and packaged for compliance with all UK and EU safety rules
- No residue/no rinsing
- Medium cleaning strength (test on soft plastics)
- Slow drying increases cleaning time when working with baked-on flux residue
- Kb Value: 45 (est.)
- Familiar alcohol odor
- Chemical Family: Alcohol blend
- Flammable (more economical than nonflammable versions)
- VOC content (g/L): 785, VOC exempt
- RoHS/ WEEE/ REACH/F-Gas/EPA SNAP compliant
Use ProClean™ Alcohol Enhanced Flux Remover on a variety of fluxes including rosin (R), Rosin Activated (RA) and RMA (Rosin Mildly Activated) fluxes, water-based (OA) fluxes and synthetic (SA) fluxes. ProClean™ is a blend of three high purity alcohols to clean better than ordinary IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol). It contains no water, which other companies use to dilute the solvent. Water reduces the cost but degrades the cleaning performance. ProClean is relatively slow-drying. That means operators have enough time to clean flux residue without wasting fluid. In addition, it features an ultra-low GWP (global Warming Potential) propellant to help protect the planet. The aerosol cans are both TriggerGrip™ Cleaning Tool compatible and StatZAP™ ESD Eliminator Tool compatible. The economical jumbo-sized aerosol cans deliver 30% more cleaner for only 15% more cost.
ProClean Alcohol Enhanced Flux Remover is also available as presaturated wipes.
|Part Number||Package||Weight||Size||Technical Data Sheet||Safety Data Sheet|
|PRO127 ProClean Pro MCC-PRO127||Aerosol||0.34 kg 0.75 lb.||354 ml 12 oz.|
|PRO167 MCC-PRO167||Aerosol||454 g 1.18 lbs.||528 ml 19 oz.|
|Weight||0.34 kg 0.75 lb.||454 g 1.18 lbs.|
|Size||354 ml 12 oz.||528 ml 19 oz.|
|Technical Data Sheet|
|Safety Data Sheet|
|Appearance||Clear Colorless Liquid|
|PEL (ppm, 8-hr TWA)||568|
|Boiling Point||77°C / 173°F|
|Cleaning Strength (Kb)||45|
|Active Ingredients||Alcohols (Mix of Three)|
|Flashpoint||12˚C / 53˚F|
|VOC Organic Content (g/L)||785 g/l|
|REACH & ELINCS Compliant|
|RoHS & WEEE Compliant|
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