PNC Boosts Assembly Capabilities with New Electronic Cleaning System


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PNC Inc. has announced another addition to its continually expanding assembly department: an inline electronic cleaning system called the Nanojet from Austin American Technology.

Capable of both water and aqueous chemical cleaning applications, the NanoJet inline system also offers easy accessibility and simple maintenance to keep up with PNC's ever increasing needs while never sacrificing on the quality of the job being done. Employing a progressive cleaning system, the unit is capable of cleaning all flux residues and other foreign objects that may occur during the assembly process.

This small yet powerful machine has a patented Mach drying system that allows it to meet the needs of large production lots without increasing the machine’s footprint itself. The 15 horsepower blower powering this system ensures that water is forced out of all small areas of a populated board. PNC has partnered with Zestron, using VIGON N 600 Chemistry in the cleaning sump.

Most importantly, this machine is efficient with regards to water, chemical and power consumption—effectively reducing them while increasing system-wide effectivity. Water savings are automatic with the machine’s built-in DI closed looped water re-cycling system; facility tap or DI water is only used for the initial filling.

With this purchase, PNC have reiterated their commitment to the Total Concept and bringing their new assembly division up to the high standards everyone has come to expect from their fabrication which is the largest in its region. CEO and president Sam Sangani said, "We are firmly committed to being able to provide our customers with the absolute best complete PCB solutions from design all the way to assembly. After our recent acquisitions of the pick and place, the x-ray BGA inspection machine and now the aqueous cleaner, we do not plan on stopping any time soon. As far as I am concerned, we can never stop improving."

About PNC

PNC Inc. is located in Nutley, N.J. and is one of the country’s leading providers of Rigid, Rigid-Flex and Flex Printed Circuit Boards and the largest of their in their region. They are committed to providing their customers with innovative solutions for their PCB design, fabrication and assembly and are committed to working side-by-side with visionary engineers and buyers in all technologies including—but not limited to—High Frequency RF/Microwave boards, audio, defense, aerospace and medical. They combine the latest technology with their decades of experience to deliver world class printed circuit board solutions to their customers.

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