Sono-Tek Expands Engineering Team


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Sono-Tek Corp. has expanded its engineering team by appointing Christine Pennisi as a new applications engineer for its Electronics and Advanced Energy division.

Pennisi holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Her areas of expertise include photoresist, semiconductors, fuel cells, nanowires and CNTs. She has more than a year of experience working closely with customers in Sono-Tek's Milton, New York laboratory using Sono-Tek ultrasonic coating systems to test applications, prove processes and help specify coating equipment for new and existing customers.

Pennisi joins a seasoned team of five full-time applications engineers at Sono-Tek, in addition to laboratory support personnel.

About Sono-Tek Corporation

Sono-Tek is the world leader in the development and application of liquid ultrasonic atomization technology into nozzle systems and spraying and coating application systems. Compared to conventional pressure spraying methods, the company’s ultrasonic nozzles do not clog, reduce liquid usage, waste, and environmental impact while achieving much more precise, uniform, thin film coatings. Sono-Tek is continually developing new applications for its unique technology, replacing wasteful practices in a world that is growing ever more environmentally sensitive. For more information, click here.

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