Thermaltronics Offers Free Review and Trials of Soldering Robot


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Thermaltronics USA Inc. has announced a free “check and review” program in response to the significant increase in robotic soldering applications. The check and review process is designed to help customers determine if robotic soldering is a viable option compared to current manufacturing methods.

First, the customer provides basic information on board size, components, and process requirements in a systematic procedure. Thermaltronics will then review the data. If there is a viable solution, Thermaltronics will run trials of the soldering process using their robot and provide full video confirmation—all at no cost to the customer.

If there is agreement on the project going forward, a full demonstration of the solder robot can be arranged with the local distributor should this be required.

Thermaltronics has recognized that changing to robotic soldering is a big step for many companies and having the opportunity to gain confidence in the process is essential to ensure the best equipment is selected.

About Thermaltronics USA Inc.

Thermaltronics is a manufacturer and supplier of a wide range of soldering products and accessories used in the electronics manufacturing industry. Design and development is undertaken in the USA and Australia, with final production taking place in a customized manufacturing facility, incorporating specialized equipment and in accordance with recognized international standards of quality and compliance.

In addition to the modern factory, Thermaltronics maintains an office and warehouse in New York State, commercial offices in Hong Kong and a Distribution Sales Office in Perth Australia.

All Thermaltronics products are produced in accordance with ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 standards and meet either TUV, GS, CE, or NRTL safety requirements. Strict quality control procedures are in place and product warranties are among the best in the industry. For more information, visit www.thermaltronics.com.

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