Ascentech Places Multiple GEN3 Contamination Testers at Amphenol-Borisch, Continuing an Investment in Quality


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Ascentech, LLC has placed two GEN3 Systems’ CM33L+ ionic contamination testers at Amphenol Borisch Technologies (ABT), a vertically integrated electronics design and manufacturing firm with locations in Grand Rapids (Michigan), Nogales (Mexico) and London (Canada). Ascentech, LLC is the North American Distributor for GEN3 Systems.

GEN3’s CM Series contaminometers measure the amount of ionic contamination in accordance with all existing test methods often referred to as ROSE testing as well as the PICT test. The CM33L+ is a freestanding system able to accommodate larger assemblies while maintaining a low surface area to test solution ratio. The CM33L+ is equipped with enhanced plumbing to maintain optimum test accuracy. The Six Sigma-verified CM Series is the World's first and only combined ROSE and PICT tester. The system accurately measures the amount of ionic contamination present on a circuit board, component or assembly.

Amphenol Borisch Technologies leverages robust processes, state-of-the art manufacturing capabilities and deep subject matter expertise to provide their customers’ products on time and to specification. ABT’s primary areas of expertise include Cable and Wire Harnessing, Electronics Manufacturing, Electro-Mechanical Integration, CNC Machining, Electronics and Interconnect Design, and Testing and Qualifications.

About Ascentech, LLC

Ascentech, LLC is the North American Distributor for Inspectis Optical Systems AB, Optilia Instruments AB, as well as GEN3 Systems, and also supplies the industry with other testing and process optimization solutions for electronics manufacturing. To learn more, click here

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