ITW Sees Drastically Increased Nitrogen Purity with South-Tek Systems Nitrogen Generator


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South-Tek Systems is pleased to announce that it participated in the recent Kurt Whitlock Associates (KWA) Open House at KWA’s Demonstration Lab in St. Cloud, Florida. South-Tek Systems’ N2GEN TS Nitrogen Generator was paired with the ITW EAE Vitronics Soltec Zeva M selective solder machine. ITW ran circuit boards using the South-Tek N2GEN PSA nitrogen generator and realized nitrogen purities up to 99.999 percent.

The N2GEN series of PSA nitrogen generators are custom designed and can be packaged with a dedicated air compressor, dryer and/or booster if needed for a complete turnkey solution. For larger flow rates or redundancy, duplexing options are available.

Since 1978, Kurt Whitlock Associates has searched the world for cutting-edge companies to represent and distribute to its valued electronics assembly customers and potential markets. Since 1998 KWAs Demonstration Lab has developed process solutions and equipment selections that have and can be duplicated throughout customers production facilities.

Kurt Whitlock Associates understands the tiers of assembly requirements of its customers. The company represents an array of companies that provide unmatched solutions to meet high volume, high mix, and mid to low volume requirements with the same level of service and technical support.

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