Aqua Klean Systems Signs Rep Agreement with Kirby & Demarest


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Aqua Klean Systems, a leading provider of advanced PCB cleaning equipment, announces that it has signed a manufacturers’ representative agreement with Kirby & Demarest in the Pacific Northwestern United States. Kirby & Demarest offers vast process knowledge, attention to detail and sales follow-up.

Kirby & Demarest was founded in 1973 by Dave Demarest as Demarest Associates, and has been serving the Pacific Northwest microelectronic community ever since. As manufacturers’ representatives, the company provides high technology companies with an array of products used in the design, manufacture and test of circuit board assemblies, hybrid circuits and semiconductors.

For more information about Kirby & Demarest’s products and services, contact Alan Siebenthall at (503) 574-4900 or visit www.kirbydemarest.com.   

For more information about Aqua Klean Systems and the company’s wide variety of products, please visit www.aquaklean.com.

About Aqua Klean Systems

Aqua Klean Systems has been an innovative leader in electronics manufacturing equipment since 1996. The company began with the design and manufacturing of zero-discharge water recycling systems. Shortly thereafter, Aqua Klean Systems began refurbishing, servicing, and distributing used inline cleaners from all manufacturers. The experience Aqua Klean’s engineers gained by working with multiple brands of PCB cleaners along with customer concerns, allowed Aqua Klean to design The Typhoon fleet for the ever-evolving industry standards. The Typhoon was built to remove inadequacies in previous cleaning procedures and to revolutionize the PCB cleaning industry.

Over the last 19 years, Aqua Klean has consistently expanded as an international company serving our customers throughout the world. Aqua Klean Systems has built an exceptional relationship with its customers by providing innovative products and outstanding customer service. We take pride in working with our customers to solve any process issues they encounter now, or into the foreseeable future.

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