Computrol Invests in Trident LDO-DUO Batch Cleaner at Meridian Plant


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Computrol, Inc., a world-class provider of mid- to low-volume, high-mix electronic manufacturing services to OEMs, announces that it has purchased a Trident LDO-DUO from Aqueous Technologies for its Meridian facility. The system provides twice the throughput capabilities of a single-chambered model within one footprint and removes any flux from any alloy.

Computrol continually updates its state-of-the-art facilities with new advanced systems to keep up with its customers’ needs. The trident has been qualified to meet Mil/Aero cleaning requirements and this added capacity will help Computrol meet its production requirements.

Trident LDO is compatible with the industry's most popular cleaning chemical additives and is capable of removing all flux species as well as other polar and non-polar residues. It includes a closed- loop (zero discharge) wash solution section and a filtered low-discharge rinse section.

Trident LDO’s high-power forced hot-air convection and radiant drying system along with built-in cleanliness verification technology ensure Computrol provides its customers with the highest quality.

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