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www.us-tech.com The material matters in material handling


March, 2020


ECD Awarded for Technology Leadership and Service


Milwaukie, OR — During last month’s IPC APEX Expo, ECD was honored with two “Service Excel- lence” awards, given by Circuits As- sembly. One was in the solder-


ing category for the com- pany’s M.O.L.E.® thermal profiling technology and the other for its MSD com- ponent storage power- house SmartDRY™. The Service Excel-


lence award program is unique in the respect that customers are the judges and their rankings across various criteria determine the winners. Both product lines earned high marks from current customers in each of the five areas eval- uated: dependability, qual - ity, responsiveness, tech- nology, and value for the price. In the soldering category, the


ligent dry storage product line was given an average score of 6.56 out of 7, demonstrating that its recovery time of less than three minutes, inno- vative status lighting, SmartBAKE


ECD offers the well-known M.O.L.E. thermal profiling product line and SmartDRY MSD component storage systems.


company’s thermal profiling systems secured a first-place finish in each area, with an overall average rating of 6.6 out of a possible 7. Launched in 1986 as the first commercially viable technology for in-transit thermal profiling, the M.O.L.E. product line has continued to evolve and now of- fers manufacturers a comprehensive range of systems — from three- and six- to 20-channel devices, allowing adaptability for various operational objectives. The data-rich M.O.L.E. is an in-


dustry staple when it comes to thor- ough profiling of today’s demanding assemblies. The company’s SmartDRY intel-


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