Chemours Glycolic Acid Technical Grade, 70% Solution is the only domestically produced hydroxyacetic acid. Chemours Glycolic Acid Technical Grade, 70% is the standard technical grade used across varied industries.
Chemours Glycolic Acid is the smallest alpha hydroxycarboxylic acid. Glycolic Acid has dual functional groups of OH and the COOH. These groups result in Chemours Glycolic Acid being an effective low pH acid while also functioning as an excellent de-scaling and chelating agent. These dual functionality groups coupled with the small molecular size of Chemours Glycolic Acid allows for high penetration and efficacy across industries and applications. In addition, Chemours Glycolic Acid is preferred to other strong mineral and organic acids due to Chemours Glycolic Acid's environmental profile. Total acid , as Glycolic (% wt) 71 ± 1 Formic acid (% wt) <1 Sulfates, as SO4 (ppm) ≤800 Color, Gardner ≤3 Turbidity (ntu) ≤6 Filterable Solids None Appearance: A clear, light amber liquid with a mild odor resembling burnt sugar that is visibly free of suspended matter NSF 60 certified (only source) Domestically produced (only source in North America) Chloride free (non-MCA production method) Readily biodegradeable, 90% in 7 days No VOC Negligible odor Less corrosive than other mineral and organic acids (collateral available) Excellent salt solubility Fully water soluble USDA approved for non-food contact Chemours Glycolic Acid Technical Grade, 70% is widely used accross varied industries, such as; oil and gas, HIC, building and construction, coating and inks, metal surface treatment, electronics manufacturing, polymer manufacturing, dairy processing, and more.
Lutron® HF 1 is a highly miscible polyglycol ether that is commonly used as a basic brightener, flux and heat-transfer fluid for the plastic and soldering industries.
Lutron® HF 1 is a modified polyglycol ether. It is used in plastics processing and in the production of printed circuit boards. Possesses high flash point and it is stable at high temperatures. Lutron® HF 1 is basic brightener for acid zinc and copper. Physical Form: Clear, Colorless or Yellowish liquid Water Content: <0.5 % Density: 1.13–1.17 g/cm3 Viscosity: 220–280 mm2/s Flash Point: >290 °C Pour Point: <39 °C Ignition Temperature: 390°C
Lutron® HF 8 is used in the production of printed circuit boards to formulate fluxes used in hot-dip tin coating processes employing hot-air levelling.
Lutron® HF 8 has a very high flash point and it is very stable at high temperatures. Fluxes based on Lutron HF 8 have an excellent wetting effect on printed circuit boards and any residue after processing are very easy to wash off. Physical Form: Clear, Yellowish Liquid Water Content: <0.5% Density: 1.08 –1.12 g/cm3 Setting Point: –15 °C Flash Point: >280 °C Viscosity: 400 – 450 mm2/s
Lutron® KS 1 is a highly miscible polyglycol ether that is commonly used as a basic brightener for zinc, flux and heat-transfer fluid for the plastic and soldering industries.
Lutron® KS 1 is miscible with water in all proportions. It is nonionic, and is therefore not affected by water hardness. This product is also an effective, low-viscosity alternative to Lutron® HF 3. Physical Form: Clear, Colorless or Yellowish Liquid Water Content: <0.5 % Density: 1.13 –1.17 g/cm 3 Viscosity: 460 – 560 mm 2/s Flash Point: >300°C Pour Point: –17 °C Ignition Temperature: 415 °C