ZESTRON to Hold Free Webinar “Cleaning before Coating. A Cost Benefit Analysis”

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ZESTRON, the worldwide leader in high precision cleaning products, services and training solutions for the electronics manufacturing industry, is pleased to announce the last installment in the 2015 5-Part Cleaning Webinar Series titled “Cleaning before Coating. A Cost Benefit Analysis”. This free-of-charge webinar is scheduled for October 9, at 3:00 pm (MYT).

Mr. GT Yeoh, Senior Application Engineer, will present the 45 minute webinar that concludes a 15 minute Q & A session.

What will you learn?

ZESTRON’s Cleaning Expert GT Yeoh will show you in this webinar, how cleaning before coating guards against field failures and how to get a positive cost benefit analysis. You will get an overview of the advantages of PCB coating under extreme climatic conditions like temperature fluctuations and dampness. Furthermore, you will be informed about methods to increase reliability and you will receive a cost-benefit analysis of a cleaning process.

Who should attend?

The webinars are designed for all interested parties and, in particular, production managers and operators, service and process engineers, quality assurance personnel and managers.

For more information or to register, please click here to visit our website or contact academy@zestronmalaysia.com.



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