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BTU International to Exhibit at SID Show in Boston

May 30, 2012

BTU Fast Fire Furnace.

BTU Fast Fire Furnace.

BTU International Inc, a leading surpplier of advanced thermal processing equipment for the alternative energy and electronics manufacturing markets, will exhibit in Booth #719 at the upcoming Society for Information Display (SID), scheduled to take place June 3-8, 2012, at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in MA.

With rapidly growing demand for touch displays, manufacturers need to scale-up and are looking to in-line manufacturing as an enabling technology,” said Jan-Paul van Maaren, Ph.D., vice president of marketing alternative energy at BTU International. “BTU’s in-line furnaces are leaders in thermal performance and reliability, which results in higher yield and lower cost for display manufacturers.”

BTU Fast Fire furnaces provide reduced power usage by allowing for rapid start-up and cool-down between use. These systems, with a wide array of options, provide excellent atmosphere flow for binder removal in dielectric and metallization firing, along with precision temperature control. In addition to the standard air atmosphere configuration, Fast Fire is also available for nitrogen processing, maintaining purity as low as 2 ppm oxygen.  With a history of well over 1,000 units shipped, the Fast Fire is the tool of choice for those customers to whom yield and reliability are paramount. 


BTU International is a market-leading, global supplier of advanced thermal processing equipment and processes to the alternative energy and electronics assembly markets. BTU’s equipment and expertise are used in the manufacturing of solar cells and nuclear fuel as well as the production of printed circuit board assemblies and semiconductor packaging. BTU has design and manufacturing operations in North Billerica, Massachusetts and Shanghai, China with direct sales and service worldwide. Information about BTU International is available at www.btu.com.

 

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