A service company that specialised in field repairs of telecommunication systems had a large quantity of ‘zero hour use’ new spare PCBs, that they bought in order to carry out repairs on systems. The product turned out to be far more reliable than estimated.

- Oct 20, 2014

Retronix has invested in it’s “in house tests” capability in order to offer a better service to it’s customers who need alloy conversion or retinning services on their components.

- Sep 22, 2014

A case study of a component supplier with a recent procurement of unchecked components, and how the supplier was able to authenticate the procurement and keep it a profitable investment.

- Jul 7, 2014

The philosophy of the Retronix IC recovery process is built around industry standards, adopted by the largest IC manufacturers. For them, when you are soldering ICs to PCBs, temperature and time are your enemy.

- Nov 20, 2013

A lot has been talked about tin-whiskering and the way it could lead to problems in different electronic components, this especially if the ICs are deployed in high reliability environments such as avionics, and harsh environments such as oil rigs deployed deep sea.

- Sep 24, 2013

The second half of Electronica continued to be busy with many visitors at the booth wanting to know about Retronix, our services like BGA reballing, IC Recovery, Anti-Counterfeit IC Testing and Alloy Conversion.

- Nov 19, 2012

Retronix was an exhibitor at the recent Electronica 2012 held at Munich,Germany over 4 days from 13th – 16th November.

- Nov 19, 2012

Retronix was one of the exhibitors at the inaugural Counterfeit Parts Avoidance Symposium held November 2nd in Phoenix AZ. Speakers included Nicholas Torelli Jr, Director of Mission Assurance, Systems Engineering at the DoD and Phil Zulueta, Chairman of the SAE G-19 committee

- Nov 8, 2012

A CEM had a large customer base of complex telecoms PCBs, and found these difficult to debug if they failed after…

- Oct 30, 2012

A cell phone company manufactured its product in Asia, but had an EU Service based operation for EMEA. The service operation had small easy fix/replacement centres scattered around EMEA, but central repair facilities for PCB debug and repair issues.

- Oct 4, 2012