Aqueous Technologies to Hold Atlanta Reliability – Best Practice Workshop


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In the demanding world of electronic assembly, profits and losses are influenced directly by reliability. Today’s customers demand the highest levels of product reliability frequently at the lowest possible costs.

In line with this, Aqueous Technologies will be holding the Atlanta Reliability – Best Practice Workshop on October 13, 2016 in Duluth, Georgia.

The workshop features experts from several fields all pertaining to reliability. This free workshop features experts covering: cleaning (equipment and process); cleaning materials; cleanliness assessment; and soldering materials, among others.

The panel of expert speakers will present relevant technical data, best-practices, and other helpful information designed to assist engineers in their quest for improved reliability.

For more information or to register, click here.

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