Thermaltronics Opens Second US Facility in Ormond Beach, Florida


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Thermaltronics USA, Inc. announced that it has opened its second facility in the US in Ormond Beach, Florida. The new facility will feature a custom designed showroom for Thermaltronics solder robots as well as other soldering equipment. It is large enough to serve as future stocking location for US customers/distribution.

The new facility serves as a regional office/demo room/warehouse. The goal is to provide a southeastern demonstration room and processing lab for robotic soldering applications. Longer term, Thermaltronics may consider warehousing products for US distribution.

With the increase in solder robot enquiries, Thermaltronics needed a southern base to house the entire range of robots, including the in-line version and thereby, provide “live” demonstrations to potential regional customers. In the future, the company plans to hold seminars and training sessions on hand and robotic soldering application.

A spokesperson for Thermaltronics said the decision to locate their new facility in Florida was based on the increase in business in the region and the need for local technical product support.

In addition to its hand soldering product line, Thermaltronics also provides an extended range of accessories to support both production and rework applications.

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