Balver Zinn Group Releases GPC-R-114 a General Purpose Cleaner


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The Balver Zinn Group a leading manufacturer of solder materials, is pleased to introduce the General Purpose Cleaner GPC-R-114.   

The GPC-R-114 cleaning solution is a non-flammable solvent based cleaning liquid that is designed for manual cleaning applications such as PBA and maintenance cleaning. GPC-R-114 dissolves post soldering flux residues and will evaporate quickly without leaving visible residues on the substrates.

The GPC-R-114 is compatible will most materials used in electronic assembly manufacturing and cleaning processes. GPC-R-114 is a non-corrosive cleaning material.

For companies looking for continuous efficiency improvements of their processes the GPC-R-114 is an optimum solution. Operators will appreciate the excellent performance and easy to use spray gun applicator.

About Balver Zinn Group

Headquartered in Germany, the Balver Zinn Group has facilities in Europe, the United States, and distributors in all major areas of the world. Balver Zinn – Cobar product range includes: solder bar, solder wire, solder flux, gel flux, cleaner, solder paste, adhesives and miscellaneous services and soldering products. 

 

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