NEO Tech Provides Solutions for UV Light Sanitation Systems


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NEO Tech announces that it now offers product engineering services and electronic manufacturing solutions to help customers meet the demand for UV light sanitation systems. The company has used its more than 40 years of technology experience working with customers to develop innovative ideas to meet our world’s needs while we fight COVID-19 and sanitize using UV light sources.

NEO Tech has the engineering talent and the in-depth experience to help customers meet the increased demand for UV light sanitation equipment. Its product engineers are experts at working as an extension of customer teams to develop even the most challenging product designs. Additionally, NEO Tech’s electronic manufacturing facilities are extensively-certified in multiple industries with the experience to handle manufacturing solutions from simple printed circuit board assemblies to complex, high-level assembly box-builds.

The company prides itself on being an industry leader, delivering creative solutions that result in a quality product that gets to market on time. It is the top-priority for NEO Tech’s engineering teams to ask the tough questions and provide detailed answers needed to ensure every stakeholder has a clear and concise understanding of the complex product requirements for UV light sanitation systems.

“We know your UV light sanitation system has a critical function to performprotecting everyone from the vast array of viruses and bacteria that surround us every day; so it is our priority that your product operates as expected with zero defects,” said Steve Bates, Product Marketing Specialist.

NEO Tech can help improve time-to-market for quality UV light sanitation systems.

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