Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 27 13:36:51 EST 2016 | sarason
No, but it does evaporate slowly when left open. It is used in electronics cleaning because of it's solvent and evaporative qualities. You can look up references like the CRC handbook to compare these properties side by side to other alcohols that ca
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 12 12:59:19 EST 2007 | ck_the_flip
Here are the scenarios: *No-Clean Flux & Foam Fluxer: alcohol is used as a thinner (for titration purposes) if your flux is alcohol-based *No-Clean Flux & Spray Fluxer: alchol is used only as a cleaning agent for your sprayhead.
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 12 16:55:39 EST 2007 | sueph
A supervisor here is concerned that if we quit using thinner to use alcohol and subsequently had soderability problems on a assembly, the customer could come back and say that it was due to the switch. I visited with someone in tech support at Kester
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 01 20:31:39 EDT 2006 | aespino
Does anybody knows if there is any reaction if I clean OA solder/flux residues using Isopropilic Alcohol? Is there any chemical recomended to clean residues manually instead of using a washing machine.