About Count on Tools
Count on Tools has been a manufacturer of high quality, low-cost nozzles and associated components for the SMT* & PCB Assembly industries for over 20 years. Proven engineering expertise, coupled with our commitment to manufacturing excellence and investment in the latest production equipment, ensures that innovation and competitiveness are applied to all of our extensive product range.
Our commitment and goal are to be the number one supplier of precision engineered components to a wide range of market sectors. Using only the most advanced CNC and other manufacturing capabilities, our expertise is second to none in Quality, Price, and Delivery. Our focus is to pass these advantages and capabilities onto our customers, and in so doing, create long term relationships, which we believe will enhance and add value to the end user's products and services.
We also maintain and support a strong position in the hand tool industry, offering the highest quality hand tools in the world with PB Swiss Tools. Count On Tools has been an exclusive North American distributor of PB Swiss Tools since 1991. These PB Swiss Tools compliment any high tech environments requiring optimum performance from both their equipment and technicians.
We support PB partners and customers all over the world. Working flexibly and quickly to help them to find application-specific and customer-specific solutions. In our relationship as a distributor of PB Swiss Tools, we strive to offer our customers an exceptional price to performance ratio. The superior quality tools can be purchased at the same affordable low prices as our major competitor's brands. Why settle for less when you can buy a tool you know you can rely on time and time again.
*Surface-mount technology (SMT) is a method for constructing electronic circuits in which the components (SMC, or Surface Mounted Components) are mounted directly onto the surface of printed circuit boards (PCBs). Electronic devices so made are called surface-mount devices or SMDs. In the industry, it has largely replaced the through-hole technology construction method of fitting components with wire leads into holes in the circuit board.