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ZESTRON will be promoting the latest in pH neutral cleaning solutions at the SMTA Ontario Chapter Expo and Tech Forum.
Since the introduction of the first pH neutral defluxing agent in 2010, ZESTRON has continued expanding its application reach through a range of innovative environmentally friendly products. Additions to both the VIGON and HYDRON product lines have included high performing pH neutral cleaning alternatives within both the SMT and semiconductor applications.
Over the past several years, customers with Hi-Rel cleaning applications have benefited from eco-friendly pH neutral cleaning agents without compromising their cleaning results. pH neutral cleaning agents offer a safer working environment, excellent material compatibility and have a proven ability to clean low standoff heights.
The SMTA Ontario Chapter Expo and Tech Forum will be held at the Edward Village Markham hotel in Markham, Ontario on June 6th.
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 eight 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.
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