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Solder Flux, Rosin Mildly Activated RMA, Soldering, Jar, 226 g

RSF-R80-8 - Solder Flux, Rosin Mildly Activated RMA, Soldering, Jar, 226 g

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Manufacturer Part No:
RSF-R80-8
Newark Part No.:
77M8010
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Product Information

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Rosin Mildly Activated RMA
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Soldering
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Jar
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226g
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Product Overview

The RSF-R80-8 is a DeoxIT® Rosin Soldering Flux for electrical and electronic soldering applications. The mildly-activated rosin flux is considerably more active than water-white rosin. Although its activity closely approaches that of fully activated rosins, it still conforms to all of the requirements of Type RMA (Rosin Core, mildly activated) of Federal specification QQ-S-571. Thermal stability enabling excellent wetting and reduced carbonization at soldering temperatures. The active ingredients in RSF-R80 are non-ionic and non-conductive even in the presence of moisture. Like rosin, it becomes active only at elevated temperatures, reverting to an inactive state at room temperature. It is recommended for all applications where post-soldering cleaning is not feasible and the residue must be highly insulating.
  • 71°C Softening point

Applications

Maintenance & Repair, Defence, Military & Aerospace

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