Zytronic - the Touch Technology specialists - providing a range of projected capacitance technology touch interactive products
Manufacturing touch technology products from a single site comprising three modern factory premises in Blaydon upon Tyne, United Kingdom, Zytronic produce a range of projected capacitive technology (PCT™ and MPCT™) touch interactive products which are used in electronic displays for information kiosks, ATM's, ticketing and gaming machines, as well as by military, computer, telecommunications and medical manufacturers.
Our diverse range of touch sensor technology products are all based on our internationally award winning projected capacitive technology, providing a highly durable and stable range of touch products where the sensing element is uniquely embedded behind the first surface of the touch substrate.
The Zytronic in-house glass processing facilities include automated cutting, edge grinding, polishing and drilling equipment complemented by bending and thermal tempering ovens and silk-screen printing equipment. These facilities are complemented by the lamination, material science and electronics skills and expertise of our dedicated staff.
Our commitment to innovative touch technology development in composite technology, stringent (ISO approved) quality controls and fast-response customer service is complimented by our own dedicated external sales team, undertaking both direct sales to major customers and assisting with sales through the extensive world-wide network of agents and distributors.
Our award winning projected capacitive touch technology products are being used in a range of industrial and public access and service applications such as information and financial kiosks, digital signage, ticketing, gaming and vending machines, as well as telematics and medical devices.
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