Titan Circuits Chooses Nordson SELECT Selective Soldering Equipment


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Nordson SELECT, a Nordson company, is pleased to announce that Titan Circuits has purchased and installed a Cerno® 103IL selective soldering system in its Phoenix, Arizona facility.

Frank Insana, Production Manager of Titan Circuits commented, “After reviewing other systems on the market it was an easy decision to make. The combination of overall capability and the dual solder nozzles soon made the Cerno® 103IL system the solution we were looking for. This system allows us to phase out of wave soldering and provides us with the ability to be more agile and flexible by running dual solder alloys for mission critical through-hole customer applications.”

“We are pleased to advance our relationship with Titan Circuits,” stated Kevin Valentine, the Americas Sales and Service Manager for Nordson SELECT.  “The Cerno® 103IL delivers an exceptional combination of versatility, productivity and value with our ease-of-use programming and editing software and will serve Titan Circuits well in their growing marketplace.”

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