Lawton Tubes

Lawton Soldering Flux Data

Non-corrosive soft solder flux paste for soldering applications of copper to tin alloys.
Water-soluble. With halogens. It complies with EN-ISO 9454 (2.1.2.C).


Supplied in plastic jars of 113g or 453g boxed.

Chemical Composition

20% Etoxiled Fatty alcohol 5% Fatty acid 50% Amine chloride 25% Water

Hazards Identification

Human: This product is not dangerous for the health
Environment: It is not considered dangerous for the environment

First Aids Measures

After inhalation: Bring the operative to breathe fresh air and consult a doctor.
By contact with the skin: Wash with water and soap.
By contact with eyes: Rinse out with abundant clear water during 15 minutes keeping open eyes and consult a opthamologist in case of persistent irritation.
After ingestion: Wash out with abundant clear water during 15 minutes keeping open eyes and consult a opthamologist in case of persistent irritation.

Fire Fighting Measures

Extinction means: use powders, foams or pulverised water.
Peculiar danger by the exposure to the substance or its combustion: None; the product cannot explode
and set on fire. Special protecting kit: Use a mask in closed locations

Accidental Release Measures

Personal precautions: Described prevention measures at point 8 Cleaning method: Absorb the product with sand or sawdust. Clean the soiled surface with abundant hot water.

Handling And Storage

Handling: Avoid always, if it is possible, the contact with the skin; therefore it’s
recommended to use the applicator brush. Keep the bottle always tightly closed. Avoid the direct vapour’s inhalation caused by the heating Storage: None, in normal conditions of use

Exposure Control / Personal Protection.

Exposure limit: None Breathing protection: Use facemask if you work large period of time in small and poorly ventilated spaces. In open spaces or in open air it is no necessary. Eye protection: It is recommended to use safety goggles in order to avoid splashing Skin protection: Only in the event of hyper-sensibility or allergy to the product, it is necessary to use gloves of neoprene. Normally the use of the application brush avoids skin irritations.

Physical And Chemical Properties

Physical state at 20º C: Paste Freezing point: -10 º C Odour: None
Ignition point: Not Determined (higher than 200ºC) Colour: Yellowish Vapour pressure: N.D. pH: 6/7 Density: 1.10 gr/cc Boiling point: 110 liquid part Water solubility: Total

Stability & Reactivity

Stability: Stable emulsion up to 65º and activity till 300ºC Conditions to be avoided: None Materials to be avoided: None Hazardous decomposition products: None

Toxicological Information

Severe Toxicity: DL50 oral rat. It is not toxic in its maximum dosage Poisoning routes: None Acute effects / symptoms: During the heating it may irritate slightly the eyes, the mucous nasal and the respiratory tract. Irritant to the skin if there are open wounds, making sting. There is not described any case of migraine, of spontaneous vomits or nausea produced by the local use of the product.
Chronic effects: There is no described any case of chronic alteration produced by the local use of the product.

Ecological Information

Ecological toxicity: None described

Waste Disposal

Product Disposal: Respect local and national regulations. Dispose remaining product
through an authorized waste disposal party. Used container disposal: Dispose container through an authorized waste disposal party.

Transport Information

There is no special consideration necessary

Regulatory Information

Classification: This product is not subject to classification as per the European Directive criteria regarding the control of dangerous substances and derivatives. The product has been adapted to the European Norm EN 29454 (2.1.2.C) of November 1993 about “Soft soldering fluxes” in
substitution of the Norm DIN 8511

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