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EMS Solutions Purchases System from Aqua Klean


Anaheim, CA — Utah-based EMS So- lutions has placed an order with Aqua Klean for one of the company's T-12 water soluble cleaners and a DI recirculating system. EMS Solutions is an EMS provider that specializes in PCB assemblies for SMT and through-hole, RoHS and non-RoHS manufacturing, IPC-A-610 II and III manufacturing standards, as well as harness and cable assemblies. EMS Solutions currently runs


four state-of-the-art, high-speed, effi- cient SMT lines. The company's lines are supported by AOI equipment, au- tomated through-hole placement technology, and all other required sup port equipment. The Typhoon T-12 water soluble cleaner comes standard with a 24 in.


(61 cm) wide belt, a smart heater, quick-adjustable pressure valves, easy-to-access front valves and a touchscreen software interface. The Typhoon is equipped with a 15 horse- power wash and rinse pump and two 15 horsepower turbine blowers. The new DI recirculating sys-


tem is designed to provide cost sav- ings and to drastically reduce water consumption. The systems are built for quality and durability. Every unit is quality tested in the Aqua Klean facility to ensure full and proper op-


eration in the field. Contact: Aqua Klean Systems,


1265 S Talt Avenue, Anaheim, CA 92806 % 714-637-4150 fax: 714-637- 4157 E-mail: mike@aquaklean.com Web: www.aquaklean.com


Zero Defects Adds to DOWNLOAD THE NEW APP! Flying Probe Test Services


Santa Clara, CA — Zero Defects In- ternational (ZDI) has added to its range of test capabilities with three additional PCB assembly services. Using Seica flying probe test sys- tems, the company now offers test program generation, reverse engi- neering and failure analysis. The company offers test pro-


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gram generation for users of both Seica V8 and Pilot flying probe testers. Companies that have either of these platforms can now outsource programming to ZDI. ZDI's reverse engineering servic-


es are designed for companies that have a need for legacy PCB assemblies that may be years old and have no available data. Using Seica's flying probe test system, the company can de- velop the data needed to produce a board with the exact same functionali- ty. Also, failure analysis is offered for


customers with non-performing PCBs. Contact: Zero Defects Interna- tional, LLC, 59 Washington Street,


Suite 145, Santa Clara, CA 95050 % 408-986-8522 E-mail: zd@zdefects.com Web: www.zdefects.com


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