Kurtz Ersa North America, a leading supplier of electronics production equipment, will display the proven POWERFLOW e N2 at the IPC APEX EXPO. The compact full tunnel wave soldering system significantly reduces solder consumption as well as the unit cost attributable to the process.
ERSA’s POWERFLOW e N2 relies on high-end technology. Due to innovative concepts for fluxer and preheating as well as an enameled stainless steel solder pot, this compact wave soldering system offers its user optimal conditions for energy-efficient, safe and repeatable processes. The entire N2 process tunnel is made of stainless steel and designed for lowest nitrogen consumption.
The preheating system consists of a modular, flexible and expandable preheating concept with a combination of convection and emitter heating systems. With intelligent spray fluxers and the use of high-quality materials and perfect geometries in the solder module, the POWERFLOW line provides the best soldering results in combination with Ersa’s many years of experience in Nitrogen lead-free production lines. Additionally, the conveyor system can be designed as finger or pallet conveyor. If desired, exchangeable solder pots with trolley also are available so that the system can quickly and easily be equipped with different solder alloys.
The modern control concept with touchscreen visualization guarantees simple and safe machine operation and continuously monitors all important operating statuses. What is especially nice with the youngest Ersa POWERFLOW model is its outstanding price-performance ratio providing an early ROI – even with high solder prices.
The POWERFLOW e N2 will be shown in Booth #825 at the IPC APEX EXPO in Las Vegas from March 25-27, 2014.
For more information about Kurtz Ersa North America, visit www.ersa.com.