IONOX® I3302

Ionox I3302 Ionox I3302 is a semi-aqueous solvent blend designed to remove difficult flux and paste residues including lead-free, rosin, no-clean, tacky flux, as well as other common electronic assembly residues.

Ionox I3302 is a highly dispersive cleaning agent engineered to remove organic acid, rosin and no-clean flux residues.  I3302 is a bio-based environmentally friendly, naturally derived, biodegradable cleaning agent. The key ingredient within I3302 comes from corn cobs, oat hull, and sugar cane biomass extracts. I3302 has superior solvency for carboxylic acid structures, rosins, resins and ionic contaminants.

Ionox I3302 has a low vapor pressure, which reduces concerns over flammability and smell. The molecular structures used within the engineered composition provide a dispersive, polarity and hydrogen bonding balance. The dispersive driver provides strong solubility with rosin and resin structures. The polarity driver provides Van der Waals forces of attraction for mild acidic soils. The hydrogen bonding driver provides water solubility and the ability to remove ionic contaminates. These forces work in combination to form the ideal electronic assembly and packaging cleaning agent.

Ionox I3302 is highly effective at removing baked-on flux residues. This property is beneficial when cleaning lead frames, packages, and high-lead alloys. The low surface tension of 20-26 dynes/cm improves cleaning under the Z-axis of the component or package. I3302 is designed to be processed in semi-aqueous centrifugal, spray under immersion, ultrasonic and mega-sonic tools.

A major benefit of I3302 is its complete water solubility. This enhances the ease of rinsing and removal of ionic contamination. I3302 is buffered to maintain a stable pH over a wide level of flux loading. Flash point of this product ranges from 163-183°F, dependent on the flash point method used. I3302 has been used within industry for over 20 years and has a long heritage of successful use. I3302 is compatible with most materials of construction and metallic alloys.

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