Heller Industries has been awarded a 2012 SMT VISION Award in the category of Soldering Reflow for its 1936 Mark 5 Reflow Oven. The award was presented on April 25, 2012 at the Nepcon China Exhibition.
The 1936 Mark 5 system delivers the highest level of repeatability with the lowest delta Ts. The latest breakthroughs associated with the Mark 5 reflow system now provide owners with an even lower cost-of-ownership.
Heller's new heating and cooling advances deliver up to 40% reduction in nitrogen and electrical consumption. This makes the Mark 5 system not only the premier reflow soldering system but the best overall value in the industry.
Mark 5 New Cool Pipe Flux System Virtually Eliminates Maintenance
The new Cool Pipe flux collection system traps the flux in collection jars that can easily be removed and replaced while the oven is running - thus saving time consuming P.M. Additionally, Heller's proprietary Flux-Free Grill System limits flux residue on the cooling grills - the result is not only reduced maintenance time, but recaptured production time - giving the Heller system the highest production yields of any oven.
Heller Industries was founded in 1960. Today Heller Industries continues to push the envelope of leadership in oven technology. Heller Industries pioneered the introduction of forced convection reflow and in-line continuous curing applications thus providing solutions for electronics manufacturers and assemblers world wide. More information about Heller Industries can be viewed at: hellerindustries.com