Circuit Design Specialties releases ExtremeJet inline cleaner

29th April 2022
James Anstee

Circuit Design Specialties has experienced strong growth in the past year and relies on key equipment, like the AAT ExtremeJet for its continued growth. The ExtremeJet allows for faster, more efficient board cleaning with the added benefit of particulate monitoring for Circuit Design Specialties’ medical product division.

Initially, the company selected AAT for its quality and superior service. Now, a year later Randel Stewart, Founder / CEO at Circuit Design Specialties commented: “I consider the ExtremeJet as one of the most crucial pieces of equipment we have purchased. AAT has created a workhorse of a machine that will last for years.”

Over the past year, Circuit Design Specialties has utilised the ExtremeJet to create the ultimate cleaning experience. 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.

With a highly experienced multidisciplinary engineering team, Circuit Design Specialties performs all phases of new product introduction, from concept, design, prototyping and manufacturing. The company’s manufacturing advantage facilitates design in testability, manufacturability, cost, as well as design cycle time reduction.

With the ExtremeJet, Circuit Design Specialties benefits from 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.

Over the last three decades, Circuit Design Specialties has earned the confidence of hundreds of small businesses and companies across the United States. For more information, visit

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