Coloflux® Pasteflux for Soldering (tin and leadfree solder alloys)
ColoFlux® is an isopropylic-alcohol based dissolved pasty mixture of synthetic and natural rosins and binders.
ColoFlux® is due its alcohol solvent and rosin content combustible. The Safety Data Instruction Sheets must be followed.
ColoFlux® is an easy to work with, solderability enhancing, pasty flux for general applications in electromechanic applications like, soldering of profiled copper conductors in heavy electric motor or generator manufacture and transformers. But also small electric soldering assembly tasks take advantage of the pasty, easy to work with, nature of this ColoFlux®.
ColoFlux® is at room temperatures pasty like "thick" honey. User can easily tailor its consistency to his specific needs by adding some drops of isopropylic alcohol to flux surface in container. Eg to pick up and apply flux with a brush.
ColoFlux® is not corrosive. Residues can be easily removed using Isopropylic alcohol (combustible).
ColoFlux® residues are after the soldering process solid and can be left on site as a protective coating. The residues are not hygroscopic.
- Brownish - yellow color (may vary between production charges).
- Pasty at room temperature.
- Boiling point 80 ... 85 °C defined by concentration of the isopropylic alcohol.
- Specific weight approx 1 g/cm3.
- Contains colophone, activators, water and isopropylic alcohol.