MultiEx® A12
Multifunctional water based cleaning detergent

MultiEx®A12 is an alkaline broadband cleaning detergent.

MultiEx®A12 cleans particularly colophonium and flux.

MultiEx®A12 is most suitable for the quick and thorough cleaning with best material protection of assembled PCBs, screens, solder frames, solder pallets, ESD boxes, PCB magazines. Depending on cleaning task also suitable for stencils, screens and condensation traps, coolers, steel sheets.

MultiEx® A12is a ReadyMix for direct use in kolb systems with PowerSpray® or AirFlow® technology and any common spray-in-immersion or spray-in-air cleaning system. Depending on product and cleaning task also suitable for ultrasonic cleaning systems.


PowerSpray<sup>®</sup> Technology
AirFlow<sup>®</sup> Technology
UltraSonic Technology
TernarySequence<sup>®</sup> Technology
Salt free Product
Lead free Application
REACH Conformity
TSCA Conformity

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Application overview

PCBs,Hybrids, Misprints
PCBs,
Hybrids, Misprints
most suitable
Stencils, ScreensPumpPrints, Misprints
Stencils, Screens
PumpPrints, Misprints
optional suitable
Solder Frames,Carriers & Palettes
Solder Frames,
Carriers & Palettes
most suitable
ESD-boxes, ContainersPCB Magazines
ESD-boxes, Containers
PCB Magazines
most suitable
Condensation Traps,Filters, Steel Sheets
Condensation Traps,
Filters, Steel Sheets
optional suitable

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