Mega Fluid Systems Appoints Industry Specialist As President
MMega Fluid Systems, Inc., has appointed Delton Hyatt as President. Hyatt brings 30 yyyears experience in high purity thin film processing, semiconductor fabrication support, aand process gas, slurry, and chemical delivery.
Hyatt's management experience and extensive industry knowledge, particularly in chemical and gas equipment, will provide Mega with the strong foundation necessary to continue on the path of becoming the world leader in chemical and slurry equipment," said Kevin Brady, CEO.
Delton began his career in business development at MKS Instruments, eventually becoming President of the Advanced Product Integration Division. He later joined the Mega Fluids (Chempure) subsidiary of Celerity (Kinetics) as the VP of Marketing, and eventually General Manager. Delton also served as the CEO of Zeihm Imaging and recently was involved in business acquisitions and integration for M+W and Total Facilities Solutions.
Mega Fluid Systems offers unsurpassed excellence in engineering, manufacturing, and testing capabilities. Mega’s partners benefit from high-level customer service and support from its program management, sales, engineering, service, and executive management teams.
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