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Visit Techcon at the SMTA Atlanta Expo to Learn about Its Solutions for the Complete Range of Dispensing Applications

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Techcon Systems

12151 Monarch Street, Garden Grove, CA, 92841, USA

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Visit Techcon at the SMTA Atlanta Expo to Learn about Its Solutions for the Complete Range of Dispensing Applications

Press release date: April 1, 2014

Garden Grove, CA — Techcon Systems, a product group of OK International and a leading provider of fluid dispensing systems and products, will exhibit in distributor Krayden, Inc.'s booth 303 at the SMTA Atlanta 18th Annual Expo, which will take place on Wednesday, May 7, 2014 at the Gwinnett Civic Center in Duluth, GA. Company representatives will demonstrate the following products at the event:

The new TSR2301 Three-Axis Bench Top Robot, which is part of the TSR2000 Bench Top Robot Series, has been designed for a wide range of fluid dispensing applications, from inline to batch. The versatile TSR2301 dispensing platform delivers consistent, high-performance dispensing results at an affordable price, and is ideal for dispensing solder paste dots, form-in-place gasket, filling, potting, encapsulation, bonding, coating and more. The easy-to-program robot features dedicated fluid dispensing software, eliminating the need for complex robot language programming. With fully integrated positioning and fluid dispensing functions, the system is compatible with all Techcon Systems syringes, valves and jet dispensing systems.

Also at the show, the company will showcase the TS9200D Jet Tech, which is a non-contact dispense valve capable of jetting fluid viscosities to 400,000 cps. Jet Tech offers a fast jetting action producing hundreds of precise droplets in less than one second. The main feature of the valve is a single, easily replaceable diaphragm to eliminate dynamic fluid seals found in other jet valves. No longer is it necessary to disassemble, clean and replace worn seals, which translates into saving time and money. The diaphragm also allows fast cycle rates because of its very small mass. There is no large sliding valve stem that slows down the process. With this novel diaphragm design, the energy needed to eject a drop can be adjusted providing a wider process window.

High-quality consumable products include: 700 Series syringe and components, which are made from low friction polypropylene to ensure accuracy, repeatability and productivity; and dispensing tips options, which include the TE Series Tips, TE Series Bent Tips, TT Tips, TS-P Plastic Tips, and Brush Tips. Cartridges are available in 2½, 6, 8, 12 and 20 oz. as well as 1/10 gallon capacities. Each size can be used with handheld or bench mounted air powered dispensing tools or manual dispensing tools. Cartridges are molded in either standard or low-density Polyethylene.

For more information, please contact the Techcon Systems team at 714-230-2398, visit www.techconsystems.com or stop by the Techcon/Krayden booth at the SMTA Atlanta Expo.

About Techcon Systems
Techcon Systems was established in 1961 to service industrial manufacturing markets and has continued to be a leader in fluid dispensing systems and products. In 1996, OK International acquired Techcon Systems, providing a strong global sales channel, with direct subsidiaries in the UK. Today, Techcon represents OK International's Industrial Product Division. Currently focusing on fluid dispensing systems, Techcon's components are used in medical, automotive, telecommunications, aerospace, and industrial applications worldwide, helping to improve manufacturing processes and increase the customers' bottom lines. Techcon offers an array of fluid dispensing products and provides dispensing components ranging from disposable accessories to complete microprocessor-controlled dispensing systems, and precision valves. For more information, visit the company at www.techconsystems.com.

Contact:         
Can La
E-mail: cla@okinternational.com
Web site: techconsystems.com

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