ZESTRON to Exhibit at the SMTA Ohio Expo


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ZESTRON, a provider of high precision cleaning products, services and training solutions in the electronics manufacturing and semiconductor industries, will feature HYDRON SE 200 at the SMTA Ohio Expo.

HYDRON® SE 220 is a pH neutral, water-based, single-phase cleaning agent specifically developed for use in immersion and ultrasonic processes. HYDRON SE 220 removes flux residues from a wide range of semiconductor electronics, such as leadframes, discrete devices, power modules, power LEDs, flip chips and CMOS following the die attach process.

The SMTA Ohio Expo will be held at the Embassy Suites in Cleveland, Ohio on July 12th. For more information or to register, please visit smta.org.

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 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.

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

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