MicroCare Focuses on its Novel Flux Remover Chemistries at SMTconnect

by donpedro

With some of the most advanced flux removing chemistries available on the market today, MicroCare Europe BVBA will showcase its popular cleaning chemistries at SMTconnect in Nuremberg, Germany from 5-7 May 2019. These products use unique formulations to help companies lower their PCB cleaning costs, improve product quality and meet increasingly stringent regulatory obligations.

A product taking centre stage is the recently improved Heavy Duty Flux Remover – SuprClean Fast drying and versatile, it delivers impressive cleaning even on the hardest jobs. Removing old-style rosin fluxes, as well as most acrylic and urethane conformal coatings, it eliminates white residue without rinsing or drying. Importantly is complies with the strict regulations and worker safety rules enforced by Europe.

“The range of products we will be showcasing during SMTconnect are highly effective, long-term answers to the difficult cleaning issues facing production engineers in Europe today,” said Scott Wells, General Manager, MicroCare Europe. “With cleaning chemistries to suit all applications, and contaminants, MicroCare can offer a complete answer to specific cleaning requirements.”

“As well as presenting some of the latest additions to the portfolio, we will also use the trade event to reassure our customers that it is ‘business as usual’ with the uncertainty of Brexit.

“With a well-established business in Brussels, as well as the UK, MicroCare is in a strong position to offer our customers the very best service. We have evaluated our supply chain and will continue to maintain continuity of our products throughout Europe. Therefore, we can guarantee our customers will receive not only the very best products available on the market today, but also the very best service.”

Another product being presented during the show, and also meets the European F-Gas regulations and is REACH, GHS, WEEE- and ROHS compliant is the General Purpose Flux Remover C™. Suitable for all types of electronics, this flux remover can be used on a variety of components including through-hole PCBs and SMT boards, hybrids, cables and connectors. This powerful, non-flammable cleaner is fast drying and easy to use, effortlessly removing no-clean and rosin fluxes in benchtop cleaning applications.

Joining the spotlight at SMTconnect will be the Slow-Drying Citrus Flux Remover. A natural, biodegradable, heavy-duty flux remover and degreaser, it delivers impressive cleaning. Working on all types of fluxes, pastes, inks, oils, grease, acrylic, silicone conformal coatings and most glues, it is now a staple addition to the benchtop.

Working in combination with all MicroCare aerosol flux removers is the TriggerGrip™ Dispensing Tool. Using the Trigger Grip™ saves money by reducing solvent usage by 66% and ensuring the can empties completely. It also enhances worker safety by limiting exposure to the cleaning fluid fumes.

The full range of MicroCare Europe BVBA products will be exhibited in hall 4 booth 531 at SMTconnect in Nuremberg, Germany from 5-7 May 2019.

MicroCare | www.microcare.com

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