Horizon Sales Builds Momentum with Gen3 Product Line in North America


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Horizon Sales is pleased to announce that their initial efforts as the exclusive North American distributor for the Gen3 product line have kicked off tremendously. Since the start of their relationship with Gen3 at the beginning of 2020, Horizon has equipped their Brighton, Michigan demo room with several Gen3 products, and accomplished multiple customer visits to see the machines in action. Some Gen3 products that have been extremely popular with their customer base are the Gensonic stencil cleaning system, the AutoSIR and the MUST3 solderability tester.

The Gensonic Stencil Cleaning System is especially good at removing solder paste from very small apertures as small as those used for 0201 components. It can be used either directly on the stencil mounted on the printer or after the stencil has been removed. The Gensonic stencil cleaner uses a 40khz ultrasonic generator that cleans with great efficiency, especially in tough applications such as partially set glues.

AutoSIR is used to measure changes in Surface Insulation Resistance. The AutoSIR2+™ system represents a dramatic improvement over existing SIR test alternatives, and its shielded precision electronics allows state-of-the-art accuracy resistance measurements to be made up to 1014 Ω.

The MUST3 solderability tester offers the capability to measure down to 0.001mN. It is THE most accurate and comprehensively equipped test system of its type in the world. It has automatic component alignment and testing, immediate pass/fail information on completion of each test, step and repeat function for multi-leaded devices, testing ability down to 0201 devices and more.

In business for more than 25 years, Horizon provides state-of-the-art equipment and supplies to its customers, helping them to achieve best-in-class status in their respective markets. Horizon Sales represents the mid-western states of Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Western Pennsylvania, Illinois, Eastern Iowa, Wisconsin and Florida. For more information, visit www.horizonsales.com.

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