Austin American Technology (AAT) introduces The ExtremeJet Inline Micro-Hybrid Circuit Cleaner. The ExtremeJet design is based on the proven effective and efficient design off AAT’s Jet inline cleaning series. Some standard features include 30 percent more spray bars than standard machines, 50 percent smaller footprint to comparable competitive systems, touch screen operation and programming, password protection, high energy cleaning and rinsing jets, and built-in process data logging to USB.
In keeping with AAT’s innovative design, the new ExtremeJet includes advanced dual cleaning technology and new air curtain isolation. The dual action spray bars combine coherent spray jets that use high impingement energy to clean tough areas and flooding jets to give the highest performance with variable board geometries to create the ultimate cleaning experience.
Additionally, AAT has added four new air curtain isolation cells with coherent jet technology to cut chemistry consumption by reducing drag out, improving DI closed-loop bed life, and speeding up the process.
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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.