Super Dry Expands Network in the Southwest; Inks Sales Agreement with WepcoVintek


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Moisture specialist and manufacturer of ultra-low humidity drying and storage cabinets Super Dry has appointed WepcoVintek to represent their newly expanded product line in Arizona and New Mexico. 

Following RoHS deadlines, European electronics manufacturers rapidly recognized the need to establish comprehensive material management programs including storage and drying of components. In partnership with the top electronics companies in Europe, Super Dry by Totech EU developed technology designed to exceed the challenges of IPC J-STD-033C and IPC 1601 for properly handling moisture sensitive devices and PCBs. Installations now exceed 3,000, including oxidation free alternatives to component baking that are both eco-friendly and reduce costs by 90%. 

WepcoVintek prides itself on being a manufacturing and engineering resource, specializing in the sales and support of premier electronic assembly equipment, production tools, test, repair, inspection and consumable products. The company is led by industry veteran Kevin Colvin.

"We are extremely pleased to have found a partner with a depth of technical experience and credibility in their market," explained Super Dry Director Richard Heimsch. "MSD management practices in the Americas are still wildly inconsistent and often lack understanding of the scope of both the problems and the available proven solutions. WepcoVintek is ideally suited to fill those voids and answer those challenges."

About Totech Super Dry

Delivering globally to the world’s top tier OEM and EMS companies, and manufacturing in Asia and in Europe, Totech Super Dry has become the industry measure for ultra low humidity storage cabinets. Proper control of moisture sensitive devices (MSDs) per IPC and JEDEC standards has become more critical than ever since the introduction of lead free and its higher reflow temperatures. Boasting here.   

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