SEHO North America, Inc. will showcase the redesigned GoWave in Booth #113 at the upcoming IPC Midwest Conference & Exhibition, scheduled to take place September 21-22, 2011 at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and Convention Center in Schaumburg, IL.
The GoWave is a powerful soldering system for those just entering into mass-soldering operations. The system is suited for a variety of applications ranging from entry-level mass-soldering to soldering in small- or medium-sized batches. It also provides an economical soldering solution for universities, schools and laboratories.
The GoWave features an innovative nozzle concept, ideally suited for nearly all soldering tasks. A special feature of this machine is its compact, but performance oriented design. Offering a fluxer module, an efficient preheater, an innovative soldering area and microprocessor control, the GoWave presents the finest soldering technology in its class.
The redesigned GoWave features a longer reflection tunnel to promote better energy transfer to the board. A new spray fluxer with HVLP technology controls the quantity and spray pattern of the flux and helps to reduce flux consumption. A new control unit with a touch screen and USB interface completes the new concept.
As always, all soldering systems from SEHO are fully lead-free capable.
Since its foundation in 1973, SEHO has become the worldwide contact partner whenever soldering is involved. Company solutions are based on performance, flexibility, efficiency and technical progress. SEHO’s business activities and production organization are oriented according to the principles of sustained future-compatible development and production of machines. As a result, all applicable environmental standards are complied with meticulously. With its systems, the company provides customers with a sustained and resource economizing production facility. It continuously develops its technology in order to provide customers with a competitive advantage.