SEC Celebrates 30 Years in Business


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X-ray inspection specialist, SEC Ltd. is pleased to announce that it will celebrate 30 years of business in 2021. Specializing in e-beam and leading the industry in nano, SEC has a reputation for developing and selling high-quality industrial X-ray inspection systems and tabletop scanning electron microscopes (SEM).

SEC CEO Jonghyun Kim stated, “In our 30 years in business, we have used our experience and technical know-how to continuously develop the backbone of e-beam inspection equipment in Korea. Since opening our doors for the first time, our vision has been ‘superior service and exciting challenges.’”

SEC provides high-technology manufacturing equipment that enhances the stability of the manufacturing field innovatively in numerous industries including semiconductor, display, automobile and more by developing inspection equipment such as X-ray inspection and Tabletop SEM. The X-ray inspection systems are designed to scan finished products in order to detect micro-scale defects of electronic parts.

SEC’s X-ray equipment currently is used in the final manufacturing stage for semiconductors and smartphone batteries.  

Since its establishment in 1991, SEC has localized core components of X-ray generators and has been building a reputation with e-beam inspection equipment that can branch out and grow within the global enterprise market. SEC boasts a trusted range of X-ray, LINAC and Tabletop SEM products, and produces these to the quality that surpasses American patent standards and complete CE certifications.

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