Zestron to Exhibit at SMTA Silicon Valley


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Zestron will feature its latest cleaning technology, HYDRON Technology, at the SMTA Silicon Valley Expo and Tech Forum on November 29.

HYDRON Technology is an innovative cleaning technology developed by Zestron. HYDRON cleaning agents are single-phase, water-based, covering a wide range of cleaning applications, such as defluxing of PCBAs, power electronics, advanced packages, and wafers. It enables the complete removal of all contaminants from various electronic and semiconductor substrate surfaces.

"We are excited to highlight our latest cleaning technology at the event," said Sal Sparacino, Sales and Marketing Manager, Zestron. "Our team will be available to discuss our precision cleaning solutions as well as our automatic concentration monitoring offerings to ensure the quality of your high reliability products."

The SMTA Silicon Valley Expo and Tech Forum will be held on Wednesday, November 29, at Bestronics, Inc. in San Jose, California.

About ZESTRON

Headquartered in Manassas, Virginia, and operating in more than 35 countries, ZESTRON is the globally leading provider of high precision cleaning products, services and training solutions for the electronics and semiconductor manufacturing industries. With seven worldwide technical centers and the largest team of engineers focused on high precision cleaning, ZESTRON’s commitment to ensuring that its customers surpass even the most stringent cleaning requirements is without equal.

For additional information and to tour one of our unparalleled technical centers, please click here.

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