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Rocket EMS Ramps Up Cleaning Capabilities with Three New Aqua Klean Systems  

Sep 09, 2014

Rocket EMS Inc., a Silicon Valley-based full-service EMS supplier, today announced that it has installed three new cleaning systems from Aqua Klean Systems. Rocket EMS installed a Typhoon T-8 Chemistry Zero-Discharge Cleaner, T15 Water Soluble Cleaner and DI Recirculating System.

At Rocket we promise our customers extraordinary quality, spectacular customer service and a sense of urgency in everything we do,” commented Craig Arcuri, CEO of Rocket EMS. “To help Rocket fulfill those commitments, we need the support of like-minded vendors. I am pleased to say that the Typhoon series has met and exceeded our expectations in all three categories.”

The Typhoon T-8 offers Rocket EMS a new way to clean RMA, no-clean and water soluble (OA) fluxes. The T-8 incorporates an adjustable chemical injection pump to assist in keeping chemical wash concentration consistent. The T-8 also incorporates a dynamic air blow-off design, allowing a water-free chemical isolation.

Rocket EMS also installed the Typhoon T15 – the cleaner of choice for many electronics manufacturing facilities. At 15' long, it has more horsepower than other cleaners for its size. Equipped with 10 HP wash and rinse pumps, and two 15 HP turbine blowers, the Typhoon T15’s performance is unmatched. As with all Typhoon cleaners, the T15 comes with standard features, such as a 24" wide belt, the industry’s safest smart heater, quick adjustable pressure valves, easy-to-access front valves and a slick touchscreen software interface.

Rocket’s new DI Recirculating System from Aqua Klean Systems comes standard with a 0-18 Meg-ohm resistivity meter for monitoring the DI water quality. A low resistivity alarm alerts operators when DI quality is low. Additional features include an automatic pressure relief bypass system, automatic level controls, and easy-to-use operation panel with indicator lights and switches.

Only the highest quality filters, pumps, valves and electrical components are assembled into Aqua Klean Systems’ units. For more information about any of Aqua Klean Systems’ advanced cleaning systems or services, visit www.aquaklean.com.


Aqua Klean Systems has been a local leader in electronics manufacturing equipment since 1996. The company began with the design and manufacturing of deionized water recycling systems for the electronics industry. Shortly after, Aqua Klean Systems began refurbishing, servicing, and selling used inline cleaners from all manufacturers with warranties. The experience the company’s engineers gained by working with multiple inline cleaners have put Aqua Klean Systems in a position to produce the best cleaners for today's industry and well into the future.


Rocket EMS is a Santa Clara Calif. based full service EMS supplier providing a broad range of services including PCB layout, supply chain management, assembly, test, system build and logistics across a broad range of market segments. Rocket addresses quick-turn NPI support through domestic volume production. The company is comprised of a group of dedicated long-term employees using state-of-the-art tools and equipment led by a management team with a track record of success in the EMS business.

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