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SOLON, OH, June 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Valtronic U.S.A. announced the acquisition of a performance reliable, water-soluble inline cleaner, the AKS Typhoon – T15-1. The additional investment in manufacturing technology follows the early spring 2014 purchase of two Surface Mount Technology lines. By continuously procuring new technology for manufacturing, Valtronic can certainly meet customer expectations in both quality and performance, as well, compete heavily in the marketplace.
The Typhoon –T15-1 sits at 15 feet in length, with horsepower of 10 HP wash and rinse pumps, two 15 HP turbine blowers and comes standard with a 24 inch wide belt, industry's safest smart heater, adjustable pressure valves, easy access front drains valves and an advanced touchscreen software interface. In addition, the cleaner also offers analog pressure gauges by the adjustable valves and accessibility to the conveyor motor wash pump and dry blower for maintaining easy access for personnel.
The Typhoon T15 Cleaner has been rated one of the best cleaning systems in the market today, also a popular cleaner of choice among many electronic manufacturing facilities. Installation for the inline cleaner is scheduled for mid-July, 2014. For more information on the Typhoon T15, please see the attached AKS infographic.
Valtronic is a full service global provider of engineering, industrialization and manufacturing for medical devices and related high reliability products from microelectronics and precision machining to complex system integration. Valtronic's customers are leading global suppliers of medical implants and devices, diagnostic imaging equipment and sensitive aerospace and industrial assemblies. For over 30 years, Valtronic has helped hundreds of companies develop and produce Class II & III medical devices and advanced miniaturized electronic assemblies from our worldwide facilities in Switzerland, the USA and Morocco.
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