TDI International, Inc.

TDI International Inc.

TDI International, Inc.

TDI International, Inc.

TDI International, Inc. specializes in the highest quality tweezers and electronics assembly hand tools as well as cleanroom and assembly equipment including dry boxesglove boxes, and chairs.

TDI International has been involved in the electronics, semiconductor, microwave device, and medical device assembly, military, fiber optics, research and development and disk drive industries in laboratories and clean rooms for 40 years.

The product lines provided by TDI International are utilized in a wide range of applications for these specific industries and in ESD, cleanroom, assembly and ergonomic applications.

The TDI International Point of Difference

HIGHEST QUALITY – TDI International selects manufacturers for specific product types to assure consistent supplier/quality. This partnership with the manufacturer also allows TDI to offer the largest selections of product styles available.

LOWEST COST – TDI International partners with the manufacturers directly and has a policy to support end users/customers directly, achieves the economy of lowest cost while maintaining the value of highest quality.

TOTAL TECHNICAL SERVICE – TDI combines the resources of their extensive technical website, inside customer support and their partnership with manufacturers to achieve the comprehensive technical service objective.

Cleanroom Supplies

  • Desiccators
  • Cleanroom compatible tweezers & handtools

Construction Components

Industries Served

  • Aerospace
  • Biotech
  • Medical Device Cleanrooms
  • Microelectronics Cleanrooms

Industries Served

  • Optics Cleanrooms
  • Pharmaceutical Cleanrooms
  • University/Educational Cleanrooms
  • Semiconductor Cleanrooms

TDI International, Inc. Company Locations

Corporate Office

TDI International, Inc.

3351 E. Hemisphere Loop
Tucson, Arizona 85706

Cleanroom Components

Construction Materials

Cleanroom Services

Cleanroom Supplies

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