Distron Corporation Expands Capabilities With New Equipment

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Distron Corporation has acquired new advanced equipment, adding to the contract manufacturing company's x-ray inspection, testing, and zero-discharge cleaning capabilities.

Distron Corporation has made 3 major capital equipment purchases as part of an ongoing initiative to consistently upgrade the company's North Attleborough electronic contract manufacturing facility.

At Distron Corporation, a focus on constant improvement has given the company the ability to maintain an edge over competitors, while offering industry leading contract manufacturing support. Most recently, capabilities addressed with Distron Corporation's latest equipment acquisition range from inspection and testing to zero-discharge cleaning.

By adding advanced X-ray inspection equipment, temperature and humidity test equipment, and zero-discharge cleaning equipment – Distron hopes to enhance its ability to serve businesses in a wide variety of industries with the best stateside contract manufacturing services available.

According to Distron representative, Don Petry, these valuable improvements will allow the company to “exceed our customer’s expectations and enhance our services to the medical and military marketplaces.”

The Nordson DAGE XD7600NT Ruby X-ray inspection system is a benchmark system for the most demanding production applications. Its new capabilities will allow the Distron Corporation to provide flexible and ultra-high resolution inspection of ball-grid arrays (BGA) and bottom terminated components (BTCs) for high quality electronic assemblies.

Also adding to the testing and inspection equipment at Distron is the company's new Tenney C-EVO Temperature / Humidity Test Chamber, designed for world-class environmental testing. With this chamber, Distron will be capable of testing for the largest temperature and humidity range available in the industry. This will enable greater reliability for products expected to perform in wildly varying environmental conditions.

The third piece of equipment added will also have a drastic impact on the company's ability to reliably deliver assemblies with high quality and cleanliness. The new Typhoon T-8 Chemistry Zero-Discharge Cleaner enables the engineers at Distron to clean using water-free chemical isolation for more optimal cleaning of PCB assemblies.

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