|BURNET, TX -
Austin American Technology's President, Steve Stach, will participate in the SMTA's innovative "Doctor's Hours" program, discussing high-performance cleaning technology, including recent innovations such as Coherent Jets and Progressive Energy Dynamics (PED) and their impact on cleaning efficiency. "Doctor's Hours" is a program whereby exhibitors arrange specific time slots when they will have their technical expert(s) available in their booth to diagnose visitor's technical problems and offer a 'prescription' (solution). Steve will be available in the AAT booth, #209
, between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on both days of the show, Oct. 16 and 17.
Also on display in the booth will be information about AAT's new NanoJetTM cleaner, the world's smallest, most powerful in-line cleaner, NanoJetTM occupies a very small footprint - under 30 ft2 (6'x 44"); yet it outperforms much larger cleaners, with a< 3 minute cycle time including full chemistry wash, isolation, rinse, final rinse and dry. NanoJetTM is designed and engineered by Austin American Technology Corporation (AAT), a leading global developer and supplier of production cleaning solutions for the electronics assembly, semiconductor, and other industries.
The AAT NanoJet is completely closed-loop, for maximum chemistry recovery, minimized rinse water consumption, and substantial operational cost savings. NanoJet combines high performance with low cost of ownership, and higher productivity; cycle times tested for processing circuit boards completely washed, rinsed, and dried range from under 3 minutes to 10 minutes.
For more information about the NanoJet, visit www.aat-corp.com
About Austin American Technology Corporation
Founded in 1986, Austin American Technology (AAT) is an innovative, market-leading company, engineering and manufacturing production and assembly systems for the electronics manufacturing industry. With more than 400 years of collective experience in the electronics and semiconductor industries, AAT's production solutions have included hot gas rework and solder paste testing systems, and introduced the world's first automated stencil cleaner in 1988. During the 1990s, AAT developed batch cleaning systems and were early adopters of closed-loop (zero-discharge) capability. In 2000, AAT became a market leader in in-line cleaning systems with the introduction of the award-winning HYDROJET™ series, followed by the MICROJET™ inline flip chip cleaner to provide high volume cleaning capability in a small footprint. AAT systems are designed to maximize performance and minimize cost of ownership.