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Flux gels Flux gel PM-334

Recommended method of application
Repair work on printed circuit boards, dip tinning

No Clean-Flux gel
Highly active, halide-free activated (WEEE/RoHS compliant)
Type ISO-9454: 2231 DIN EN 61190-1-1 (acc. J-STD004) ORL0

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Emil Otto Flux-Gel PM-334 in 5 ml Syringe


This flux gel was developed for repair work on printed circuit boards. The activator base contains the same active ingredients as the comparable electronic flux PM-334 as well as variants PM/EA-334, PM/EA-2234. Flux gel PM-334 is highly concentrated and is characterized, among other things, by high activity as well as good wetting and spreading. Due to these properties, the paste should be applied sparingly. The gel is applied from a dosing syringe using metal dosing needles. These enable precise application or positioning of the flux.
Flux gel PM-334 can be applied with a hot air or soldering iron.

In individual cases, which must be checked by the user, this flux gel can also be used to support the wave soldering of critical components. The application is carried out as described above.

Customer added value

  • Ideal when using type of fluxes PM-334, uniform activator base
  • Recommended for applications according to IPC / IPC 610
  • Flawless soldering results
  • Economical in consumption
  • Even contaminated pads and component legs are activated
  • No crystallisation, paste remains homogeneous and stable
  • Careful and targeted dosing
  • Metal dispensing needle can withstand thermal stress and can be used during used with hot air or soldering iron
  • Does not leave any sticky residues

Packaging units

Syringe: 5 ml, 10 ml