Burnet, Texas – April 2020 – Austin American Technology (AAT) is pleased to announce that the HydroJet was the first inline cleaner to introduce the current standard of coherent jet technology to clean under tightly spaced components. AAT further improved this technology by developing Progressive Energy Dynamics (PED), which is only available on Austin American inline cleaners.
Austin American’s HydroJet Cleaner is equipped with a patented displacement drying system that minimizes energy consumption and ionic residues left on boards and provides the fastest drying performance available.
Austin American Technology’s patented Jet Manifold drying system removes water from the PCB without using an independent heater, eliminating the tendency to “bake” unwanted ionic contamination on the assembly. The HydroJet uses a HEPA filter to minimize particulate contaminate of sensitive electronics
For more information about 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.