Flux Removers

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Proper maintenance is critical to ensure reliable circuitry. Not only unsightly, some flux residue can promote short circuits and corrosion, degrading or destroying the printed circuit board. The type of flux to be removed, solvent compatibility and ease of application are all factors to consider when choosing the appropriate product. Flux-Off® is available in aerosol, BrushClean™ System, and liquid form for vapor degreasers, spray systems, ultrasonics, and dip tank applications.

Flux-Off® products are specially formulated to remove all types of rosin (types R, RA, and RMA), no-clean, water-soluble and synthetic (type SA) flux. Flux remover spray can spray in any direction, even upside down. Look for the “All-Way Spray” icon on the can.


Flux removers are recommended for post-solder operations, PC boards, sensitive circuit components, component leads, SMD pads, chip carriers, plugs, sockets and heat sinks, and Thru-hole and SMT devices.

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Flux-Off Delta
Extra strength, nonflammable solvent that removes heavy and encrusted flux deposits

Flux-Off CZ
Non-ozone depleting, nonflammable flux remover spray safe for use on plastics.

Flux-Off Complete
Powerful, economical flux remover spray for cleaning no-clean flux

Flux-Off Lead Free
Powerful flux remover for high temperature, lead-free flux removal

Flux-Off Rosin
The plastic safe flux remover for cleaning all rosin and rosin-based no-clean flux

Flux-Off Rosin
Plastic safe flux remover for cleaning all rosin and rosin-based no-clean flux

Flux-Off No Clean Plus
Powerful economical flux remover for cleaning no-clean flux

Flux-Off Water Soluble
Plastic safe flux remover for cleaning water-soluble flux

IPA - Isopropyl Alcohol
Conveniently packaged and easy to use 99.8% technical grade isopropyl alcohol

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