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Burnet, Texas – February 2020 – Austin American Technology today announced that MacroFab purchased an Aqua ROSE, which is the only all-in-one aqueous batch cleaner and rose tester on the market, at the 2020 IPC APEX EXPO in San Diego.

“The Aqua ROSE is the only machine like it on the market,” commented Mr. Chris Colbert, Director of Operations, MacroFab. “At MacroFab we are providing a better way to build electronics through a redefined experience, innovative technology, scale, and agility. To do this, we need the most cutting edge technology, which AAT is able to provide.”

The Aqua ROSE introduces a new era to batch cleaning / Ionic Contamination Testing.  Experience a batch cleaner that offers multiple cleaning and testing technologies for capability previously unachieved in a compact footprint. In addition to aqueous and aqueous chemistry-based cleaning, the innovative Aqua ROSE supports process temperature ranges from ambient to 176°F. An intuitive user interface allows the operator to select the type and duration of wash, number of rinse cycles, and duration of the forced-air dry cycle.

For more information about MacroFab, please visit www.macrofab.com.

For more information on Austin American Technology, please visit www.aat-corp.com

About Austin American Technology:

AAT was founded in 1986, as a provider of SMT rework systems and process engineering testing services. In 1988, their focus shifted toward the high-end electronics cleaning segment with the introduction of the world’s first automated stencil cleaner. In 2000, Austin American Technology became a market leader in inline cleaning systems with the introduction of the award-winning HydroJet series. Patented cleaning and drying technologies were incorporated into an energy and space-efficient format to set new standards for performance and low cost of ownership. Building on this success, AAT introduced the MicroJet inline flip chip cleaner to provide high volume cleaning capability in a small footprint.  In 2013 AAT introduced the world’s smallest most efficient inline cleaner, the NanoJet.

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