MicroCare Offers IPA Alternatives for electronics assembly.
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is making the availability of IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol) scarce. The CDC recommends using cleaners made of at least 70% alcohol to disinfect surfaces. This led to widespread demand for IPA with much of it diverted for use in hospitals and other medical settings. As a result, electronics and medical device manufacturers are facing shortages of the IPA they once used for cleaning their products during and after manufacturing.
Fortunately, MicroCare offers a full line of IPA alternatives to deflux printed circuit boards and to clean screens, stencils and reflow ovens just as well, if not better than IPA. Plus, they are nonflammable for added plant and worker safety.
SuprClean Heavy Duty Flux Remover is ideal for high-temp rosin, RA and RMA fluxes and acrylic conformal coating. It comes in unique formulations to meet North American, Asian and European environmental regulations.
No-Clean Flux Remover Cleaning Pen is convenient for spot cleaning PCBs.
ScreenClean Stencil Cleaner removes ink without damaging screens or emulsions.
MicroCare Reflow Oven Cleaner is an excellent nonflammable isopropyl alcohol replacement to quickly remove baked-on flux reside from soldering nozzles, inside reflow ovens and wave soldering machine.
MicroCare Aqueous Stencil Cleaner removes all types of solder pastes, adhesives and chip bonders.
ESD Cleaning Wipes thoroughly clean and protect static sensitive surfaces in manufacturing environments.