Storage and handling of epoxy flux is slightly different from a conventional TACFlux or PoP flux. One of the biggest differences is the cold storage. Epoxy flux should be stored in freezers with temperatures less than or equal to -15ºC.
For further information on how to properly store and handle Epoxy Flux, please download the Procedures for Handling Epoxy Flux Application Note.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at any time.
Keep your eyes open for next week's blog post: Optimizing the Epoxy Flux Dipping Process.
* This post is part of the Understanding Epoxy Flux: The Need and the Process series.