Zestron Showcases FAST Technolgy at NEPCON China

According to the company, when compared to traditional surfactant based cleaning agents, the structure of the FAST Technology molecule is smaller, and is said to allow for quick removal of a variety of lead-free and eutectic flux residues. FAST Technology-based cleaning agents are specifically designed for spray-in-air cleaning applications. Furthermore, FAST Technology cleaning agents reportedly require fewer active ingredients to bond more contaminants. Thus, when compared to traditional surfactants, FAST Technology ensures a longer bath life associated with limited bath replacements and reduced overall costs.

(April 9. 2008) Atlanta, GA &#151 The Microsystems Packaging Research Center at Georgia Tech will hold its workshop to introduce its global industry-academia consortium on “Nano Packaging, Materials, Components & Systems (NanoPack)” on Tuesday, April 15, 2008. The purpose of NanoPack is to investigate going beyond nano materials and devices to form system level components leading to nano modules. This emphasis is expected to lead to a number of commercial applications during the next decade.


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