BTU International, Inc., a leading supplier of advanced thermal processing equipment for the electronics manufacturing and alternative energy markets, today announced that it will exhibit at Heat Treat 2015, ASM’s Heat Treating Society Conference & Exhibition, scheduled to take place Oct. 21-22, 2015, at the Cobo Convention Center in Detroit, MI. BTU will highlight its controlled atmosphere furnaces in Booth #449.
These controlled atmosphere belt furnaces are available with temperature ranges up to 1150°C and with various process atmospheres including hydrogen and nitrogen. BTU designs and manufactures inline controlled atmosphere furnaces for a number of applications including: flux-free hydrogen wafer bump reflow, glass-to-metal sealing, direct bond copper, brazing, sintering and heat-treating.
BTU is the industry leader in atmosphere control for continuous furnaces. Whether dealing with high purity muffle applications or general purpose muffle-less applications, BTU has a unique set of capabilities, know-how and experience supporting precision temperature and atmosphere applications. Excellent atmosphere purity is achieved through the use of BTU’s patented gas barrier technology. In addition, BTU’s unique eductor technology can be used to enhance cooling or control process atmosphere. The end result is superior efficiency, superior performance and superior thermal uniformity.
BTU’s controlled atmosphere furnaces feature BTU’s proprietary WINCON™ control system. WINCON features a simplified user interface and incredibly powerful analytical capabilities.
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BTU International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Amtech Group (Nasdaq: ASYS), is a global supplier and technology leader of advanced thermal processing equipment and processes to the electronics manufacturing and alternative energy markets. BTU equipment is used in the production of printed circuit board assemblies and semiconductor packaging as well as in the manufacturing of solar cells and nuclear fuel. BTU has operations in North Billerica, Massachusetts, and Shanghai, China,