Austin American Technology Finds New Customer in MacroFab


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Austin American Technology today announced that MacroFab purchased an Aqua ROSE™, which is the only all-in-one aqueous batch cleaner and ROSE tester on the market, at the 2020 IPC APEX EXPO in San Diego.

“The Aqua ROSE™ is the only machine like it on the market,” commented Mr. Chris Colbert, Director of Operations, MacroFab. “At MacroFab we are providing a better way to build electronics through a redefined experience, innovative technology, scale, and agility. To do this, we need the most cutting edge technology, which AAT is able to provide.”

The Aqua ROSE™ introduces a new era to batch cleaning/ionic contamination testing. Experience a batch cleaner that offers multiple cleaning and testing technologies for capability previously unachieved in a compact footprint. In addition to aqueous and aqueous chemistry-based cleaning, the innovative Aqua ROSE™ supports process temperature ranges from ambient to 176°F. An intuitive user interface allows the operator to select the type and duration of wash, number of rinse cycles, and duration of the forced-air dry cycle.

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