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KYZEN, the global leader in innovative environmentally friendly cleaning chemistries, will exhibit in Hall 4, Stand 138 at SMTconnect, scheduled to take place May 10-12, 2022 in Nuremberg. The KYZEN team will showcase the company’s newest aqueous cleaning solution, AQUANOX® A4626.
AQUANOX A4626 is designed to quickly remove the latest polymeric no-clean flux residues, while providing superior results on traditional lead-free and eutectic tin-lead residues as well. It has a long tank life and is safe for multi-pass applications. As with all of KYZEN's AQUANOX products, AQUANOX A4626 is eco-friendly, low VOC and compatible with today’s cleaning equipment.
KYZEN products and cleaning experts have always been focused on the process so you can be sure the newest AQUANOX product will fit into your production line. Adding KYZEN's Process Control System or the KYZEN Analyst paired with KYZEN Analyst Data Services will complete the optimization and provide you with a worry-free process.
Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
At SMTA International 2021, Nolan Johnson spoke with Rob DiMatteo of BTU International about the current shift in market drivers, pain points from customers, and what he expects to see in the near future. Chip shortages and port delays are just two of the challenges facing BTU’s customers. As general manager of BTU, DiMatteo wants his company to excel at customer service despite these challenges. He also previews a new flux management technology for keeping reflow ovens extremely clean, calling it a significant breakthrough.
William Webb, ASTER Technologies
Achieving design for test (DFT) can be challenging for both design and test groups, as sometimes both expect that the other will be the one to manage DFT. The design and test groups might be in the same organization, or they could be an OEM vs. an EMS company. It works best if both the design and test groups are engaged in the process of DFT and trying to achieve the goal of the best test coverage and lowest rate of field returns.
Leo Lambert, EPTAC
Why do we train and educate our employees? Here, I will share my perspective based on what is happening in facilities trying to outsource their products, as I see that many companies are losing the tribal knowledge of how things are manufactured and the basic skills necessary to physically build a product.