TriChem Technologies Now Representing Pre and Post-Sales in Illinois


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Chemcut has announced that TriChem Technologies will now be representing Pre and Post-Sales support of Chemcut wet processing equipment in Illinois.

TriChem has been representing Chemcut equipment in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, and Kentucky since 2004.

Owner Terry Barringer is well versed in the industry and has proven exceptional support of Chemcut equipment as well as all of the many offerings provided by TriChem Technologies.

TriChem Technologies started in 1998 and has been building relationships with customers to effectively design, create, supply technology, services and support within the wet processing community.

Each project begins with an onsite visit to gain an understanding of the customer’s needs and requirements. With this Terry works closely with Chemcut to design and layout the most effective equipment for the required project.

Chemcut is pleased to have TriChem Technologies expand into Illinois supplying their passion and concern for quality sales and support of CHemcut equipment in this area.

About Chemcut Corporation

Chemcut Corporation, founded in 1956, was the original developer of spray etching, a technique that made the chemical etching process practical for volume, as well as prototype production.  Chemcut offers a complete line of spray etchers, developers, strippers, waste treatment systems, and auxiliary equipment.  More than 15,000 Chemcut units are currently in operation around the world.

For more information, visit www.trichemtech.com.

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