Emerging CM Trylene Invests in PBT Works’ SuperSWASH III Cleaning System


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PBT Works s.r.o., a leading manufacturer of cleaning technology for electronic assemblies and tooling, is pleased to announce that Trylene, Inc. has purchased a SuperSWASH III. The sale was liaised by Mike Gunderson of MaRC Technologies. Based in Houston, Texas, Trylene is an onshore electronic manufacturing service (EMS) provider. 

Dhruv Patel, VP at Trylene, commented, “Technology, speed and reliability are critical to success in the electronic industry. We are well equipped with state-of-the-art advanced automated SMT manufacturing lines to deliver the speed and reliability that our customers expect, and the PBT Works SuperSWASH III has been a major contributor in achieving this. At Trylene, we implement the mantra that the key to success is through continuous improvement, and we achieve this through constant personnel training, equipment upgradation and process improvisations.

Trylene provides a range of services from concept to quick prototype manufacturing all the way to full-scale production. We are flexible in volume, assembly, and processes to support today’s complexity in manufacturing. The company was established with the motive of providing complete customer satisfaction to its customers.

Trylene’s goal is achieved by implementing the latest technologies, equipment and methodologies that ensure the best quality products are delivered on-time at the most competitive price. This makes Trylene a one-stop destination for customers looking for contact manufacturing services performed locally at a competitive price. Trylene is an ITAR, 9001 & 13485 certified company.

The SuperSWASH III is the ideal fit for Trylene’s high-density SMD assemblies because it is designed for customers looking for the best cleaning results without the need for automation or very high throughput. The system is ideal for medium to low quantities of complex products that need to be cleaned perfectly.​

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