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Leveraging over 40-years experience in electronic cleaning, Techspray offers a full line of water-based defluxers and stencil cleaners. These powerful cleaners allow you to reduce overall operating cost by increasing throughput, lowering concentration, and/or lowering wash temperature.

Eco-dFluxer Water-based Inline & Batch Flux Removers

Eco-dFLuxer cleaners are water-based, environmentally friendly and designed to work in both inline and batch cleaning equipment. They are optimal combinations of solvents and saponifiers that lower surface tension for penetration under low stand-offs, 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 and plastics. Eco-dFluxer cleaners are highly filterable with long bath life.

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-Stencil Manual, Understencil & Batch Stencil Cleaners

Eco-Stencil cleaners are effective non-flammable drop-in replacements for isopropyl alcohol (IPA) and other solvents commonly used for stencil cleaning systems. Unique water-based blends are effective at removing a wide variety of pastes and adhesives. DI water can be added to further dilute, if full strength is not needed. Eco-Stencil cleaners do not contain ionics, and will not leave contaminates that will change downstream process windows or lead to board failures.

Eco-dFluxer and Eco-Stencil cleaners are fully compliant with CARB (California Air Resource Board) requirements. Also compliant with European REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization & Restriction of Chemicals) and WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive) initiatives. They do not contain RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) restricted substances, SVHC (Substances of Very High Concern) list substances, or halides.

	Eco-dFluxer SMT200 Eco-dFluxer SMT200
Inline & batch water-based flux remover for sensitive metals
Eco-dFluxer SMT300 Eco-dFluxer SMT300
Inline & batch water-based flux remover for sensitive metals
Eco-dFluxer SMT100 Eco-dFluxer SMT100
Inline & batch water-based flux remover
Eco-Stencil RF Batch Stencil Cleaner Eco-Stencil RF Batch Stencil Cleaner
Rinse-free, nonflammable stencil cleaner for batch systems
Defoamer DF1 Defoamer DF1
Defoaming agent for inline & batch cleaners


Webinar: Batch PCBA Cleaning – Optimizing for Maximum Output
Speakers: Pierce Pillon – Senior Field Engineer, ITW Contamination Control Electronics Kevin Pawlowski – Application Specialist, ITW Contamination Control Electronics Mike Konrad – President, Aqueous Technologies   Table of Contents (click to view subject) ...
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Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC): Clearing Up a Smoggy Topic
We receive many requests each month to provide customers with the VOC content of our solvent-based products. Many callers are perplexed why this isn’t a simple number that is stated on product labels. Unfortunately, when talking about VOC, nothing is that simple. Two facts add to the complex...
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Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) Replacements for Electronic Assembly and Repair
Isopropyl alcohol (CAS #67-63-0), also referred to as IPA, isopropanol, and 2-propanol, may be in short supply for the coming weeks or months because of the COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) pandemic. This will be particularly challenging for companies using IPA for flux removal, stencil cleaning, and in...
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Critical Cleaning is Lean
By Barbara and Ed Kanegsberg, BFK Solutions LLC, guest contributors According to the gospel of Lean Manufacturing, if a company is not lean, it cannot be competitive. The business will fail; workers will lose their jobs. A lean process is value-added; critical cleaning is value-added. Cleaning is...
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A Thorough Comparison of Water Based Cleaners and Solvent Cleaners
With the growing popularity of both water-based cleaning chemistries and new solvent technologies, the debate between water-based and solvent cleaners rages on. Companies that have cleaning requirements for industrial, precision, and specification-driven applications must decide which material is be...
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