Jaro Thermal has researched, developed and featured cutting edge, next-generation electronic cooling-device technologies and products—since 1976. As a quality-oriented manufacturer, Jaro is focused on providing cutting-edge, thermal-cooling technologies that extend the life of electronic components and circuits—across many different industries and applications.
In terms of engineering, design-support and ideas, JARO’s reliable, engineering team has years of resources to pull from. As we continue to progress into the future, Jaro’s devotion to product, people and technological innovation will continue to increase.
In addition to technology, Jaro’s prowess in delivery logistics is second to none. Jaro has successfully navigated the volatile, international supply chain for over 35 years, and can be relied upon to continue this practice going forward. All our facilities adhere to strict quality, saftey and security, to insure your product is safely protected. Jaro Thermal truly does “Keep The World Cool.”
JARO Thermal is committed to technological innovation and non-compromising quality. Because of this commitment, we use complex multichamber testing tools to measure airflow, noise levels and thermal flow. We have made a significant investment in our test equipment and personnel in order to ensure absolute product quality for our end customer.
Tests we perform include:
JARO fully realizes and supports the implications posed by the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC), Tantalum-Niobium International Study Center (TIC), Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI), and Electronic Components Assemblies and Materials Association (ECA), as it relates to avoiding conflict minerals. We will do everything in our financial power to discourage and destroy the financial influence and network of armed groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo and other countries. To the best of our ability, we declare our mission to comply to the EICC’s Electronic Industry Code of Conduct. This policy is being implemented for all conflict minerals. JARO will immediately discontinue doing business with any supplier found to be purchasing materials which directly or indirectly finances or benefits armed groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo or adjoining countries.
To ensure this compliance, JARO will utilize the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-affected and High-risk Areas and where appropriate implement the five step framework for risk-based due diligence in the mineral supply chain. JARO will continue to work through the EICC, GeSI, ECA and TIC towards the goal of greater transparency in the supply chain.