MILL CREEK, Wash. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Huntron, Inc. today announced that Techni-Tool Inc., Worcester, Pa., have agreed to an exclusive U.S. distributor agreement. Techni-Tool is a leading provider of test equipment, tool kits, soldering supplies, ESD products, chemicals, hand tools, and more to the electronic production industry for more than 50 years.
Ensuring test flexibility and Access:
Huntron has pioneered Analog Signature Analysis (ASA) instruments and technology for engineers and technicians, who test, diagnose and troubleshoot electronic printed circuit assemblies.
“Our involvement with Techni-Tool has spanned many years. Through the years our technology changed from simple bench instruments to sophisticated software controlled instruments and robotic solutions. Techni-tool’s experience and success with other major brands, along with their approved vendor status with Americas leading corporations was a determining factor in this decision,” Bill Curry, President of Huntron, Inc., said.
Techni-Tool, a wholly-owned subsidiary of W. W. Grainger, is one of the country’s premier solution providers for the electronics manufacturing, assembly and repair industries, as well as the government, military, telecommunications, cleanroom, medical device and semiconductor manufacturing industries. Information: http://www.techni-tool.com/ .
Huntron, founded in 1976, is a supplier of tools for engineers and technicians. Our products enable physical and virtual access to printed circuit assemblies, helping users find and repair the elusive problems conventional methods often miss.
As density and complexity increase, printed circuit assemblies become tougher for standardized equipment to probe and test. Huntron complements conventional equipment with access and test tools that catch the elusive problems other methods often miss. The keys are physical and virtual access, which translate into meaningful results such as shorter design cycles, improved production yields and lower warranty costs.
Huntron, Inc. and Huntron Tracker are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Huntron, Inc. in the United States. More information: http://www.huntron.com/ .
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