SMarTsol Technologies Opens Nordson TEST & INSPECTION Lab in Mexico

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SMarTsol Technologies, a technical services and equipment provider for Mexico and the US, announced that it has opened its new Nordson TEST & INSPECTION Lab at its demo center in Guadalajara, Jalisco, México.

SMarTsol’s demo and training room is equipped with a Nordson Test & Inspection Lab with AOI, ACI and X-ray capabilities. Additionally, it features a Cleanliness Testing Lab with spray-in-air, ultrasonic, PCB cleaning efficiency testing capabilities, cleaning process characterization and analysis. All this infrastructure helps to provide the best capabilities to develop applications and training for customers. Since it’s opening, the company has seen a great deal of activity at the new lab.

Nordson TEST & INSPECTION offers a robust product portfolio, including AXI and MIX, including component counting, Acoustic, and optical. The company is uniquely positioned to serve its customers with best-in-class precision technologies, passionate sales and support teams, global reach, and unmatched consultative applications expertise.

Nordson TEST & INSPECTION’s customer lab in Amherst, OH features application equipment and technical support to customers with non-production volume testing, pilot runs or private training. The new Nordson TEST & INSPECTION Lab at SMarTsol’s demo center will offer these capabilities for customers in Mexico.

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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