ZESTRON will be Exhibiting at SMTA Carolinas Expo


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Zestron will be featuring the Zestron EYE Mobile at the SMTA Carolinas Expo.

The Zestron EYE Mobile is the newest addition to the Zestron concentration monitoring and concentration measurement family of solutions.  The Zestron EYE Mobile is equipment-agnostic and stores multiple chemistry profiles, so it can be used to monitor a wide range of cleaning processes ensuring optimal resource utilization in a lab or production environment.

Easy-to-use software guides users through the measuring process, providing dosing recommendations for corrections to bath concentration. Incorporating the Zestron EYE Mobile into any cleaning process increases production efficiency and improves traceability by documenting results with built-in digital reporting functionality.

SMTA Carolinas Expo will be held at the DoubleTree by Hilton, in Durham, North Carolina on May 2.

About Zestron

Zestron is headquartered in Manassas, Virginia and operates in more than 35 countries. With eight technical centers worldwide and the industry’s most knowledgeable 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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