Andree27
I have a small review of a soldering flux from Canada ,
because I've been trying to get it from the original manufacturer for so long ,
because the chips are too easy to remove with this miracle ...

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I finally got it ...
when I started first problems I decided to share with you ...The review is a video ...

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Test on a normal chip , work temperature 350 degrees ,soldering is not clean ...
Electricity conductivity test , resistance begins to change after a few minutes ,
therefore, chemical reactions occur . Activators calm down as they warm up , but it is an
illusion , warming it up a little will conduct the electricity again ...
Let the test be honest I use several flux pastes - flux plus , alpha , cyber 700 , ersa ...
Test pass - alpha and plus...

Measurement of resistance at 80 ° C ( load graphich card t°) , short circuit is not allowed ...
A small chip can be soldered if the chip does not have a high operating temperature...

What I can conclude about this product -
This is ideal with soldering  iron ...
The smell of smoke is not aggressive - all the pros end ...
Hard to wash , resinous ...
The problem starts with an electric arc...
Thermal stability is not expected...
Thermally unstable , at 50 degrees there will be a problem it conducts electricity...

What can i recommend -
Flux paste cannot be washed under the chip , but you want to sleep soundly at night...
Then you use that , remember that the test is carried out within 80 -90 degrees
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Which surprised me -
260 , about 2 times better than the manufacturer claims ...
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Which I do not recommend -
Bearded .. about 100 times worse than the manufacturer claims...
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I want your experience !
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