ZESTRON to Present at the Empire Chapter SMTA Vendor Showcase and Technical Session
Manassas, VA - October 11, 2010 - ZESTRON, the worldwide leading provider of high precision cleaning products and services for the electronics manufacturing industry, is pleased to present "Why Switch from Pure DI-Water to Chemistry?" at the Empire Chapter SMTA "Vendor Showcase and Technical Session" held on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010, at the Radisson Rochester Airport Hotel, 175 Jefferson Road, Rochester, NY 14623 (585-475-1910).
The presentation will address the challenges and limitations of DI-water cleaning applications and why it is advantageous to switch to a chemistry-assisted cleaning process. Recent research has shown that chemistry imparts a number of "value-added" benefits, which, in the long run, exceed those of DI-water in terms of performance. Furthermore, a chemistry-assisted process can provide increased flexibility, greener cleaning and substantial cost savings over time.
For insight on this topic, please join Ravi Parthasarathy, M.S.Chem.Eng., Senior Process Engineer, ZESTRON America, who will present "Why Switch from Pure DI-Water to Chemistry?" during the afternoon session of the expo.
Additionally, ZESTRON's Application Technology and Sales Team will be readily available to answer all your questions regarding ZESTRON's innovative product technologies at its tabletop exhibit.
"We are excited to once again have the opportunity to participate in one of the SMTA's technical programs as for more than 12 years, ZESTRON has been actively supporting the educational work of the SMTA. The inherent proliferation of knowledge within the industry will only benefit our current and future customers by providing practical solutions for possibly intricate problems," says Dr. Harald Wack, President, ZESTRON.
For more information about the expo and to register for this free-of-charge technical program, please contact http://www.smta.org/chapters/chapters_detail.cfm?chapter_id=26. More information about the SMTA can be found at http://www.smta.org.