Sustainable Tergo HPFR High Performance Flux Remover excels at removing stubborn white residue and difficult no-clean fluxes
- Removes no-clean, lead-free, RMA and water-soluble flux residue
- It excels at removing stubborn white residue and difficult no-clean fluxes
- This advanced cleaning fluid also is highly effective in cleaning aged or polymerized (over-heated) fluxes and pastes
- It also can be used for precision cleaning of metals, such as SMT pallets and metal tools, especially in instances of slight oxidation and tarnishing
- An excellent replacement for nPB and traditional chlorinated fluids
- Eliminates the need for acid acceptance testing and scavengers
- Specifically engineered for fast, consistent and economical cleaning in vapor degreasers
- With a low surface tension, low viscosity and high density, it cleans great under tight-fitting chips and inside tight, complex spaces
- Very good compatibility with plastics and elastomers
- Nonflammable for facility safety
- Almost no aroma for happier workers
- Leaves no residue – easy to get parts clean
- Hostile to pyrogens
- Thermally and chemically stable for long fluid life
- Very good toxicity rating for worker and environmental safety
- Recyclable inside a vapor degreaser
- Not a HAP (Hazardous Air Pollutant)
Tergo HPFR (High Performance Flux Remover) is a unique, two-part cleaning fluid (sometimes called an 'additive solvent' system). Optimized for traditional vapor degreasing equipment and processes. It is a patented formulation combining a low boiling, volatile cleaning fluid with a non-volatile cleaning additive.
|Part Number||Package||Weight||Size||Technical Data Sheet||Safety Data Sheet|
|TFRHPEURIP (Rinse) MCC-TFRHPEURIP (Rinse)||Pail||20.4 k 45 lbs.||19 Liters 5 Gallon|
|TFRHPEUAPT (Additive) MCC-TFRHPEUAPT (Additive)||Bottle||1 lb.||1 Pint|
|TFRHPEURID (Rinse) MCC-TFRHPEURID (Rinse)||Drum||226.8 k 500 lbs.||200 Liters 55 Gallon|
|TFRHPEUD (Boil) MCC-TFRHPEUD (Boil)||Drum||226.8 k 500 lbs.||200 Liters 55 Gallon|
|Part Number||MCC-TFRHPEURIP (Rinse)||MCC-TFRHPEUAPT (Additive)||MCC-TFRHPEURID (Rinse)||MCC-TFRHPEUD (Boil)|
|Weight||20.4 k 45 lbs.||1 lb.||226.8 k 500 lbs.||226.8 k 500 lbs.|
|Size||19 Liters 5 Gallon||1 Pint||200 Liters 55 Gallon||200 Liters 55 Gallon|
|Technical Data Sheet|
|Safety Data Sheet|
|Appearance||Clear and Colorless|
|PEL (ppm, 8-hr TWA)||See SDS|
|Boiling Point||38°C / 100°F|
|Chemical Family||HFE Fluids|
|Evaporation Rate||Slow (Boil Fluid is nonvolatile and requires the rinsing fluid)|
|Cleaning Strength (Kb)||>100|
|Active Ingredients||Hydrocarbons and HFE Fluids|
|Global Warming Rating (100yr)||139 (Boil), 143 (Rinse)|
|VOC Organic Content (g/L)||435 (Boil), 445 (Rinse)|
|Specific Gravity||1.32 (Rinsing fluid)|
|Surface Tension||19.2 dyn/cm|
|Vapor Pressure @ 20ºC||497 mmHg 9.6psia|
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