ZESTRON to Exhibit at SMTA Chihuahua Expo


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ZESTRON, the global leading provider of high precision cleaning products, services, and training solutions in the electronics manufacturing and semiconductor industries, is pleased to announce that it will be featuring ATRON® DC, a decoating cleaning agent, at SMTA Chihuahua Expo & Tech Forum.

ATRON® DC is a maintenance cleaning agent designed to remove conformal coating from pallets, fixtures and tools. It quickly and reliably removes different coating materials including acrylics, urethanes, and epoxies, without the need for labor-intensive manual cleaning. The water-based, pH neutral formulation of ATRON® DC has been developed to improve worker safety versus traditional solvents. ATRON® DC is suitable for use in most maintenance cleaning equipment, including dip tank and ultrasonic machines.

SMTA Chihuahua Expo will be held at Villarreal Eventos on March 19th. For more information or to register, please visit smta.org.

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