MicroCare CMS Specialty Defluxing Fluid

MicroCare™ CMS Specialty Defluxing Fluid  is a medium-strength electronics cleaner that sereves double-duty as a mild degreaser.  It is specifically engineered for fast, consistent and economical cleaning in vapor degreasers. It removes rosin-based fluxes and some OA fluxes from electronic assemblies. A versatile cleaner, it also can be used for degreasing metal parts, ceramics, and/or some plastics. It is very stable, has a broad materials compatibility, almost no aroma, a very good health-and-safety profile and is very competitively priced. Can be used to replace HCFC-141b and HCFC-225.

Key Benefits of the MicroCare™ CMS Specialty Defluxing Fluid:
  • Suitable for both high-speed automated cleaning and on the benchtop
  • Available in aerosol packaging
  • Suitable for all types of electronics; including through-hole, SMT and BGA boards, plus hybrids, flex circuits, cables and connectors
  • Highly effective on no-clean fluxes, light oils, greases and some inks
  • With a low surface tension and high density, it cleans great under tight-fitting chips
  • Features a broad materials compatibility profile
  • Very Good cleaner for acrylic conformal coatings
  • Safe on FR-4, epoxies, nylon, polyethylene, polypropylene and PVC

 

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Part Number Package Weight Size Tech Sheet Safety Data Sheet
MCC-CMSGL Glass (Sample Only) 1.36 k 1 Liter
MCC-CMSG Metal 4.5 k 3.9 Liters
MCC-CMSP Pail 20.4 k 19 Liters
MCC-CMSD Drum 226.8 k 200 Liters
Part Number Package Weight Size Tech Sheet Safety Data Sheet
MCC-CMSGL Glass (Sample Only) 3 lbs. 1 quart
MCC-CMSG Metal 10 lbs. 1 Gallon
MCC-CMSP Pail 45 lbs. 5 Gallon
MCC-CMSD Drum 500 lbs. 55 Gallon

Technical Details

Appearance
Clear, colorless liquid
Odor
Slight
PEL (ppm, 8-hr TWA)
200
Boiling Point)
36˚C/ 97˚F
Chemical Family
HFC
Evaporation Rate
Fast
Active Ingredients
HFC and Trans
Flashpoint
None, Nonflammable
Ozone Impact (O.D.P.)
Zero
RoHS and WEEE Compliant
Safety Rating
NA
Surface Tension
19.2
Viscosity
0.58
Vapor Pressure @ 20ºC
497