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Techspray Expands Eco-dFluxer Inline and Batch Cleaner Product Line

Techspray introduced two new defluxers into their Techspray Renew Eco-dFluxer inline and batch cleaner product line: Eco-dFluxer SMT200 and Eco-dFluxer SMT300. These new products offer increased cleaning performance, better metals compatibility, and reduced environmental impact.

New Eco-dFluxer SMT200 (part #1520) has great metals compatibility, preventing oxidation and leaving shiny solder joints. Eco-friendly formula reduces shipping and disposal costs. Effective with reduced concentration even on the toughest no-clean, R, RMA, OA and new halide-free fluxes.

New Eco-dFluxer SMT300 (part #1530) is a powerful defluxer that is also safe on sensitive metals found in semicon wire-bonding. This safe, eco-friendly formula is also effective on no-clean, R, RMA, OA fluxes and new halide-free fluxes.

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!

All Eco-dFluxer batch & inline cleaners are fully compliant with California CARB requirements. They are also compliant with European REACH and WEEE initiatives, and do not contain RoHS restricted substances, SVHC listed substances, or halides.

Doug Ngai, Product Manager of Process Chemicals, stated:  "These products represent our continuing effort to offer new solutions to improve the efficiency and reliability of PCB assembly. Only Techspray offers full turnkey solutions for solvent cleaning, water-based cleaning, and conformal coating.”

Techspray, a division of Illinois Tool Works (ITW), is a leading manufacturer of chemical products for the electronics industry. Techspray formulates, blends, and packages a wide variety of chemicals and assorted support products for the electronics industry, heavy industry, and plant and equipment maintenance including degreasers, defluxers, conformal coating, dusters and water-based cleaners. More information can be found at http://www.techspray.com.

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