SMarTsol Technologies Adds Austin American Technology to Line Card in Mexico

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SMarTsol Technologies, a technical services and equipment provider for Mexico and the US, announced that it has added Austin American Technology (AAT) to its line card in Mexico. Iván Romo, Jaime Perez, Juan Luis Tarin and the team at SMarTsol will represent AAT’s modern industrial grade Jet In-Line Cleaners for the electronics assembly industry.

Ivan Romo, SMarTsol General Manager, says: “SMarTsol is a leader in the distribution of cleaning equipment: batch spraying air and ultrasonic tanks. Adding AAT Jet In-Line Cleaners to our line card enhances our capabilities to provide a full range of cleaning solutions to cover market needs.”

AAT’s Jet In-line cleaning series offers 30 percent more spray bars than the company’s standard machines, 50 percent smaller footprint to comparable competitive systems, touch screen operation and programming, password protection, high energy cleaning and rinsing jets, and built-in process data logging to USB. The Jet In-line systems feature an integrated closed-loop system that saves thousands of gallons of water and kilowatts of power over its life, which translates into a quick payback on this machine.

Romo added: “With this partnership with AAT we are creating a strong link with a recognized company with more than 35 years of experience in the industry.”

AAT cleaners are design-driven by the science of cleaning. They are used for the following applications: Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Cleaning, Surface-Mount Technology (SMT), Stencil & Misprint, Flip Chip, and BGA, in several industries including: automotive, medical, military, and aerospace. All cleaners are manufactured and built to each customers’ specific needs in Austin Texas.

Justin Cody Worden, Director of Business Development, commented: “Since 1986, Austin American Technology has been committed to using science and technology in order manufacture the best PCB cleaners available. By partnering with SMarTsol Technologies, our Jet-Inline Cleaners are now properly supported by the best representation available.”

SMarTsol offers best-in-class assembly and test & inspection equipment, consumables, productivity tools, automation and manufacturing execution systems. With direct personnel as well as distribution and demonstration centers in Guadalajara, Cd. Juárez, Tijuana and Queretaro, and a warehouse in El Paso, TX, the company is equipped to offer fast response times and quality service.


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