Austin American Technology Offers Cleaning Flexibility with Vertical Batch Cleaners


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Austin American Technology today announced that its X30™ Vertical Format Batch Cleaning System is in stock and ready to ship. The stencil cleaner provides maximum chemistry flexibility to meet a wide variety of applications. Aqueous, saponification, semi-aqueous, alcohols and hybrid solvents can be used to remove flux residues, solder pastes, inks, adhesives and other residues from boards, stencils, or tooling used in the production process.

Consistent cleaning results are ensured with a patented method of rotational spraying that creates zones of constantly changing force to provide superior performance. X30 cleaning systems are fully automated and do not require product transference between wash, rinse and dry cycles.

Each system incorporates filtration and a selectable open- or closed-loop configuration to address environmental and safety concerns. The cleaner’s automated, low-profile lift and compact body design facilitate easy load/unload and provide one of the smallest footprints in the industry. Additionally, the X30™ is supported by the extensive experience and knowledge base of Austin American Technology’s applications engineering team.

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