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Re: Cleaning solder flux from inside pipe.

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  • GGB
    scrc_matt wrote: Anyone have any ideas on how to clean leftover solder flux from inside 1/2 inch copper pipe? What sort of flux you talking about? You mean
    Message 1 of 5 , Dec 30, 2012
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      "scrc_matt" wrote: "Anyone have any ideas on how to clean leftover solder flux from inside 1/2 inch copper pipe?"

      What sort of flux you talking about? You mean the liquid acid flux which is zinc chloride, or you do mean the resin solder used for circuitry etc? If it's the acid flux you could simply neutralize with baking soda and maybe a good scrub.

      Paul
    • Er. Prashant Jha
      connect a pipe from a blower to the line and flush the pipe line for some time. hope it works. make sure that flux is not too rigid. if its too rigid then
      Message 2 of 5 , Dec 31, 2012
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        connect a pipe from a blower to the line and flush the pipe line for some time. hope it works.
        make sure that flux is not too rigid. if its too rigid then compresser air can be used as it has more pressure.


        On Mon, Dec 31, 2012 at 7:50 AM, GGB <self.adhesive@...> wrote:

         

        "scrc_matt" wrote: "Anyone have any ideas on how to clean leftover solder flux from inside 1/2 inch copper pipe?"

        What sort of flux you talking about? You mean the liquid acid flux which is zinc chloride, or you do mean the resin solder used for circuitry etc? If it's the acid flux you could simply neutralize with baking soda and maybe a good scrub.

        Paul





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        Er. Prashant Jha
        Asst. Engineer
        Sri Renuka Sugars Limited


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