Eco-dFluxer SMT100

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1550-54G Eco-dFluxer SMT100 - 54 gal 54 gal (205L) 1 Call for pricing
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Eco-dFluxer SMT100 is a water-based, environmentally friendly cleaner that is designed to work in both inline and batch cleaning equipment. An optimal combination of solvents and saponifiers lowers surface tension for penetration under low stand-off s, and powerful cleaning action to remove all flux residues.
 
Effective on a wide variety of solders and fluxes: lead, lead-free, aqueous, RMA, no-clean, and new halide-free fluxes. High compatibility with common PCB metals & plastics. Eco-dFluxer SMT100 is highly filterable with long bath life. Moderate pH avoids many disposal issues.
 
High performance cleaning gives you brilliant solder joints and allows you to increase dilution, increase line speeds, reduce waste water, decrease cost per board, and most importantly… eliminate field failures due to ionic contamination!
 
Eco-dFluxer SMT100 is fully compliant with California CARB requirements. Also compliant with European REACH and WEEE initiatives. It does not contain RoHS restricted substances, SVHC listed substances, or halides.

Features & Benefits

  • Effective on a wide variety of solders and fluxes
  • Nonflammable
  • Ultra rinsable
  • High compatibility with common PCB metals & plastics
  • Highly concentrated 10%-20% dilution
  • Low VOC, zero GWP
  • Non-ozone depleting
  • Halide-Free

FAQ's

Can I use purified water instead of deionized water to dilute Eco-dFluxer?

“Purified” is a bit of a general term, so let me break apart the potential issues:

  1. Distilled water shouldn’t be a problem.
  2. Reverse osmosis filtered water may or may not be a problem depending on the water source. Some dissolved minerals could conceivably get through, and minerals are generally going to be ionic.
  3. Ionic contamination along with moisture and current can lead to dendritic growth. DI rinse at the end of the cleaning cycle could reduce this risk.
  4. Contamination could lead to increased foaming.
Can I use a spigot / dispensing spout on the 55-gallon plastic drum?

Yes, HDPE (plastic) drums are designed to accept commonly available 2” threaded spigots / spouts. Spigots are available at distributors, like at https://www.grainger.com/product/GRAINGER-APPROVED-Drum-Tap-6PFN4.

Can I use a spigot / dispensing spout on the 5-gallon carboy?

Yes, the cap can be replaced with a commonly available 2” threaded faucets/spouts. To use: 1) Remove existing cap, 2) replace with 2" faucet cap, 3) make sure faucet is in the off position, 4) turn canister on its side so faucet is pointing up. below and check faucet for leaks Faucets are available from dealers such as https://www.grainger.com/product/DYNALON-Faucet-Includes-Closure-3UDG9.

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