MicroCare MCC-PFR10A - Polar Flux Remover - 10 oz. Cans - 12/Box

MicroCare MCC-PFR10A - Polar Flux Remover - 10 oz. Cans - 12/Box
Item #: MCC-PFR10A-M028

Product Info

MicroCare Corporation
MCC-PFR10A

The MicroCare MCC-PFR10A Polar Flux Remover is a TriggerGrip compatible economical flux remover that cleans heavy, aged flux and heavy baked-on fluxes. It removes polar and ionic activators and works on R, RA, RMA, and No-Clean fluxes for both tin/lead solders and high temperature lead-free solders. This high-purity fast acting, extra strength remover cleans all types of fluxes, pastes, inks, finger prints, oxides, oils and grease while leaving no residues behind. The MicroCare MCC-PFR10A Polar Flux Remover is an excellent silicone remover and cleans and minimizes white residues while effectively dissolving adhesives and silicone fluids commonly found on electronic assemblies. This flux remover is for use on PCBs, FR-4, components, connectors, cables, and mechanical assemblies (please note that if using on plastic it is important to test before use).

Benefits & Features of the MicroCare MCC-PFR10A Polar Flux Remover:

  • Cleans heavy, aged flux and heavy baked-on fluxes
  • Removes polar & Ionic Activators
  • Fast, extra-strength cleaning
  • Cleans & minimizes white residues
  • High purity, dries residue-free
  • Excellent Silicone remover
  • Triggergrip compatible
  • Economical remover
  • Works on R, RA, RMA, and No-Clean fluxes for both tin/lead solders and high temperature lead-free solders
  • Cleans all types of flux, pastes, inks, finger prints, oxides, oils and grease
  • Effectively dissolves adhesives and silicone fluids commonly found on electronic assemblies
  • For use on PCBs, FR-4, components, connectors, cables, and mechanical assemblies
  • Test before use on plastics

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Polar Flux Remover - 10.5 oz Can - 12/Case

Item Specifications

  • Bioact
  • Gallon
  • 8 lbs per EA

Other Variations of This Item

$185.59
List Price: $195.00
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UOM : CS (12 EA)
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