New KYZEN Tech 2 Tech Schedule Available with Updated Times


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KYZEN, the global leader in innovative environmentally friendly cleaning chemistries, is pleased to announce that it has updated the Tech 2 Tech schedule with new times for its morning sessions. To make the program more friendly for viewers in Europe, the morning session will now begin at 9:18 a.m. Central Time / 3:18 p.m. GMT. All Tech 2 Tech Sessions are conveniently offered in two time slots to allow for North America, Europe and Asia time zones respectively.

These innovative, high-tech, high-value sessions are the exclusive, no-nonsense way to get answers to your cleaning questions in minutes. Each session is focused on a specific industry that KYZEN serves globally, including electronic assembly cleaning as well as metal finishing.

Have technical questions but little time for research? Try a Tech 2 Tech session. Sessions are casual and informative, and best of all last just 15 minutes start-to-finish. They intentionally start EXACTLY three minutes past the quarter hour and half hour, giving you a little time to grab your favorite beverage before logging on. Tech 2 Tech sessions are designed and facilitated by the world’s leading cleaning experts, with access to thousands of cleaning research papers and case studies, and of course, more experts. They are practically all at your fingertips when you register.

While you can ask unique questions during each session, Question and Answer sheets will also be made available along with a session recording after each event to registered attendees. Plus, KYZEN has made it easy to reach back for more detailed technical help after sessions as well.

The next two Tech 2 Tech sessions will be focused on the basics of concentration monitoring. The next opportunity to attend will take place Oct. 15, 2020 at 9:18 a.m. Central Time (UTC -5). The topic is “Metal Cleaning Process Basics – Manual Concentration Monitoring.” To view the full schedule of upcoming topics, visit tech2techbykyzen.com.

For more information on KYZEN, or to get technical help from a KYZEN cleaning expert about your specific technical cleaning problem ASAP, visit www.kyzen.com.

About KYZEN
KYZEN is a global leader in providing environmentally responsible, RoHS compliant precision cleaning chemistries for industries ranging from electronics and advanced packaging to metal finishing and aerospace applications. Since its founding in 1990, KYZEN’s innovative cleaning technologies, scientific expertise and customer support have been repeatedly recognized with the industry’s most prestigious awards. For more information, visit www.kyzen.com.

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