MicroCare to Exhibit Cleaning Solutions at SMTA Guadalajara


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MicroCare Corporation, a leading global manufacturer of critical cleaning, coating and lubrication products, will present its line of products when the cleaning experts exhibit at SMTA Guadalajara on October 23-24, 2019.

Taking center stage is Tergo High Performance Flux Remover. As a non-flammable, low global warming cleaning fluid, it has been specifically engineered for high volume production cleaning of printed circuit boards in vapor degreasing systems.

It features a non-volatile additive specifically designed to clean difficult to remove no-clean solder pastes and stubborn white flux residue. It also works well to clean water-soluble (OA) fluxes and lead-free materials.  Because of its unique formulation, companies can clean flux from PCBs faster, more effectively and at a lower cost while meeting increasingly strict environmental regulations.

Tergo High Performance Flux Remover can be used as a direct replacement for many older vapor degreasing chemistries like nPB and TCE that are being phased-out under environmental, health, or safety pressures.

“Vapor degreasing is significantly less energy-intensive than aqueous cleaning and therefore more environmentally friendly. It is also generally faster and gentler on delicate circuitry; cleaning small complex shapes far better than water-based systems,” said Ernesto Pollano, MicroCare Regional Sales Manager for Mexico.

“When used together with highly advanced cleaning fluids like Tergo High Performance Flux Remover, vapor degreasing is a very effective method to clean PCBs.”

In addition to the vapor degreasing fluids, MicroCare will showcase their extensive line of aerosol flux removers for use on the benchtop. The milder, fast-drying No-Clean Flux Remover - VeriClean is ideal at removing no-clean fluxes from printed circuit board assemblies while the very strong, non-flammable Lead-Free Flux Remover PowerClean successfully removes white residue found with lead-free fluxes.

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.

To find out more about the extensive MicroCare range of critical cleaning, coating and lubrication products, visit booth 525 at SMTA Guadalajara on October 23-24, 2019.

About MicroCare Corporation

Fast-growing MicroCare Corporation is a global company based in New Britain, CT. Since 1983 it has been the leading manufacturer of environmentally-progressive fluids and tools used for critical cleaning. These products are supplied to industries as diverse as electronics, metal finishing, transportation, communications, medical devices and aerospace with a goal of helping those companies improve the products they make. MicroCare also features a team of chemists and technical engineers to help companies use these fluids properly, safely and more economically.

MicroCare Corporation has an ISO 9001:2015 registered quality system and is continually improving and expanding its range of products with a full R&D lab located in New Britain, CT. MicroCare has two manufacturing facilities in New Britain, CT and a global logistics center in Rocky Hill, CT in addition to facilities in the UK, Belgium and Singapore. MicroCare products include the MicroCare fluids, Sticklers fiber optic cleaners and MicroCare Medical among its brands.

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