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KYZEN, the global leader in innovative environmentally friendly cleaning chemistries, will exhibit at SMTA International from Nov. 2-3, 2022 at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Minnesota.
Visit KYZEN in Booth #1107 for answers regarding your electronics cleaning issues. Several of their cleaning experts will be there to address challenges related to cleaning assemblies.
KYZEN will be highlighting their winning combination of chemistry and process control. Together, they form the perfect match. KYZEN’s next-generation cleaning chemistry AQUANOX A4626 will take center stage. A4626 is easy to use and control, environmentally friendly, and has a long tank life that makes it safe for multi-pass applications. Adding the KYZEN ANALYST will complete the process by optimizing and providing a reliable and stress-free process.
KYZEN products and cleaning experts have always concentrated on the total cleaning solution.
KYZEN cleaning experts will be presenting at the SMTAI Technical Conference, sharing their proficiency in the following topics:
- 1-3 p.m. “Continuous Improvement: The Task that Never Ends in the Cleaning World” presented by Ram Wissel, KYZEN VP Technology Manager in Room 201 A/B.
- 3:30 – 5p.m.: “Pad-to-Pad Electrical Field Effects on Surface Insulation Resistance” presented by David Lober, KYZEN Technical Expert inRoom 200 C.
I-Connect007 Editorial Team
Managing the supply chain for electronics manufacturing has always been challenging. About 70-80% of the cost of building an electronic product is for the parts, while the remaining cost is in the process to assemble and test the product. However, during the worldwide pandemic, the strain on the overall supply chain for any product has been stretched to the breaking point. When supply of toilet paper, hand towels, and sanitizer is disrupted and cannot be found on the grocery store shelves, one could imagine the challenges in a similarly disrupted supply chain of efficiently acquiring complex electronic components.
Davina McDonnell, Cogiscan
In a market that is trying to catch up with increasing customer demands and quickly ship products out the back door, no electronics manufacturing plant can afford to lose any time or resources during the production process. Manufacturers are forced to do more with less and get the most out of every single precious component.
Andy Shaughnessy, I-Connect007
In this interview, KYZEN Executive Vice President Tom Forsythe explains his company’s plans for the upcoming SMTA International show in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Oct. 31-Nov. 3. He discusses KYZEN’s latest aqueous cleaning chemistries and the company’s focus on providing reliable cleaning equipment and accurate data for customers. "This is the latest in that expanded envelope, with better economics, and better environmental health and safety," he says. "It's all part of this trend of always trying to be a better product and deliver better value.