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Solder Flux Pen 12ml Solder Flux Pen 12ml NS3036 11.95 In stock

Solder Flux Pen 12ml

CAT.NO:NS3036

Solder Flux Pen 12ml

CAT.NO:NS3036

A quick drying, no-clean flux for use when removing or replacing surface mount components. Applying the flux to solder joints will aid re-flow when he...
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A quick drying, no-clean flux for use when removing or replacing surface mount components. Applying the flux to solder joints will aid re-flow when heating the joint to remove the component, or it can be applied to bare copper or tinned tracks providing excellent solderability. Dries in 5 to 10mins. Handy 12ml pen with chisel tip.

Handy Tip Cheap and Nasty (But effective flux)

Before solder wire had a core of flux in it you had to use a paste, or a liquid flux. The liquid was Zinc Chloride. It was made by getting some hydrochloric Acid (Muriatic Acid) and dropping zinc into it. The most common source of zinc was bits of galvanised iron. When you dropped the zinc into the acid bubbles would come off. When the bubbles stopped, the zinc had replaced the Hydrogen in the acid. The Hydrochloric acid was then called “killed spirits.” The killed spirits was great flux to solder together, say, brass or copper – or even galvanised iron. Of course this was potentially dangerous but that was what you did in the good old days! P.S. don’t forget to wear safety goggles if you attempt this.

Specifications
Service Aid Chemicals

Service Aid Flux
Physical state Liquid Pen
Chemical container type Pen
Net Volume 12ml
Classified as dangerous goods

DG UN Number 1219
DG Class 3
DG Pack Group II - Medium Danger
DG Hazardous Chemical Code 2[Y] E
DG Ship Name 1219 - Isopropanol or Isopropyl Alcohol
Dangerous Road Freight
Dangerous Air Freight
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