IsoClean IPA Flux Remover is safe for cleaning all of today’s PCBs
- Use on rosin, no clean and water-based fluxes and pastes
- Removes light oils and grease, organic residues and ionic deposits
- Works as a stencil cleaner
- Head cleaner for recording systems
- Ideal for repair depots where a wide variety of components and materials are used
- Packaged and labeled to meet EU regulations and the REACH rules
- 99.8% pure reagent grade isopropyl alcohol (IPA) for the purest quality cleaning
- No residue / no rinsing
- Mild strength is non-corrosive and safe on plastics
- Kb Value: 20 (est.)
- Medium drying speed
- Flammable (more economical than nonflammable versions)
- Mild alcohol odor
- Chemical Family: Alcohol
- VOC Content: 785 g/L
- RoHS/WEEE/REACH/F-GAS/EPA SNAP compliant
IsoClean™ IPA Flux Remover is made with 99.8% pure, 'anhydrous' reagent-grade isopropyl alcohol, the purest quality generally available. Many other brands of IPA-based cleaners contain up to 30% water to reduce costs. It is ozone-safe and features an ultra-low GWP (Global Warming Potential) propellant to help protect the atmosphere. The aerosol cans are both TriggerGrip™ Cleaning Tool compatible and StatZAP™ ESD Eliminator Tool compatible. IsoClean IPA-Based Flux Remover is also available as presaturated wipes.
|Part Number||Package||Weight||Size||Technical Data Sheet||Safety Data Sheet|
|BAC127 MCC-BAC127||Aerosol||340 g 12 oz.||260 ml 10 oz.|
|Weight||340 g 12 oz.|
|Size||260 ml 10 oz.|
|Technical Data Sheet|
|Safety Data Sheet|
|PEL (ppm, 8-hr TWA)||200|
|Boiling Point||83˚C / 174˚F|
|Evaporation Rate||2 (Slow)|
|Cleaning Strength (Kb)||Low|
|Active Ingredients||Reagent-grade IPA Alcohol and nonflammable propellant|
|Flashpoint||12˚C / 53˚F|
|Global Warming Rating (100yr)||Not available|
|VOC Organic Content (g/L)||785|
|REACH & ELINCS Compliant|
|RoHS & WEEE Compliant|
|Vapor Pressure @ 20ºC||41|
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