Matrix USA Introduces New Electrostatic Panel Cleaner


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Matrix USA has launched a new electrostatic panel cleaner. The new system can be used in several PCB processes to remove loose surface debris using “no-touch” electrostatic neutralizers and high-pressure air knives. Most importantly minimal maintenance and no consumables will be required.

“Cleanliness is playing a more significant role in the PCB manufacturing success.  Due to the continuing miniaturization of circuit features, it is now essential that dust, dirt and human touch be eliminated from the process.  Many uses in the PCB shop will include film lamination, direct imaging, sm application, legend application, and layup panels, including copper, prepregs, and CCL laminates where applicable,” says Fred Long, business development with Matrix.

For more information about the products, click here.

About Matrix USA Inc.

Committed to the motto, “Quality Products, Dependable People”, Matrix was established in 1977 with the objective of providing quality raw materials to the North American printed circuit board industry. Matrix has four rapid-response warehouses located throughout the US and Canada that fulfill high quality, fast delivery, and custom orders daily. For further information, click here.

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