EMS Solutions Chooses Aqua Klean for State-of-the-Art Cleaning


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Utah-based EMS Solutions has placed an order for Aqua Klean Systems' T-12 Water Soluble Cleaner and DI Recirculating System during the recent IPC APEX EXPO. EMS Solutions is a premier regional EMS provider specializing in printed circuit board assemblies (PCBAs) for SMT and thru hole, RoHS and non-RoHS manufacturing, IPC-A-610 II & III manufacturing standards, harness and cable assemblies, and more. 

EMS Solutions currently runs four SMT lines. The company’s equipment includes state-of-the-art, high-speed, efficient lines that provide consistent high quality products. All SMT lines are supported by AOI equipment, automated thru hole placement technology, and all other required support equipment. 

The Typhoon T-12 Water Soluble Cleaner comes standard with a 24" wide belt, the industry's safest smart heater, quick adjustable pressure valves, easy to access front valves and an innovative touchscreen software interface. Equipped with a 15 HP wash and rinse pump, and two 15 HP turbine blowers, the Typhoon T12's performance is unmatched. 

The new DI Recirculating System provides cost savings and drastically reduces water consumption. Aqua Klean DI Recirculating Systems are built with quality and durability in mind here in the USA. Every unit is quality tested in the Aqua Klean facility to ensure full and proper operation in the field. Only high quality filters, pumps, valves, and electrical components are assembled into these units. 

Aqua Klean Systems takes pride in working with customers to solve any process issues they encounter now, or into the foreseeable future. For more information about Aqua Klean Systems and the company’s wide variety of products, please visit www.aquaklean.com

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