Ultrasonic Systems, Inc. Expands Testing Lab for Precision Coating Systems

Ultrasonic Systems, Inc. (USI), the leading manufacturer of high-performance ultrasonic spray coating equipment, announces the expansion of its on-site testing lab. The applications lab now supports testing of the full suite of USI's precision coating equipment.

Haverhill, Massachusetts - Ultrasonic Systems, Inc. (USI), the leading manufacturer of high-performance ultrasonic spray coating equipment, announces the expansion of its on-site testing lab. The applications lab now supports testing of the full suite of USI's precision coating equipment. USI's products are customized for the unique requirements of a variety of market applications, including:


The PV-360 for crystalline silicon solar applications;
The PV-480 for thin-film (CdTe and CIGS) solar applications;
The Prism for fuel cell, semiconductor, and electronics assembly applications.

USI's state of the art applications lab, staffed by a team of process engineers, allows customers and prospective customers to evaluate the performance of USI's coating technology and equipment for their individual application. Customers may visit the lab in Haverhill, Massachusetts to conduct on-site trials, or they can send coating materials and sample substrates to USI for a coating trial.

"We are pleased to be able to offer an expanded environment in which to test our nozzle-less, precision coating technology," said Robert LePage, Sales Manager at USI. "In addition to offering the ability to test within in a hands-on, one-on-one setting, the lab allows our engineers to work collaboratively with customers and potential customers to best meet and exceed their specific application needs."

To schedule a visit to USI, or to schedule a coating trial, please contact Robert LePage at 978-521-0095 x21 or email at rlepage@ultraspray.com

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