JBC Rework Station Wins 2017 Best Exhibit Technology Award


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JBC Soldering S.L. has received the SMTA’s “Best Exhibit Technology of the Year 2017” for its NANO Rework Station NASE-2B. The award was presented to the company during a ceremony held at the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center, during the recent NEPCON South China show in Shenzhen.

The NASE-2B is suitable for soldering tiny components with high precision and accuracy. It incorporates the exclusive JBC heating system, which recovers temperature almost instantaneously, cutting down the assembly time and making the soldering process even more efficient.

Through its friendly menu, users can customize more than 20 functionalities in order to manage the process. It works with two JBC tools simultaneously—the NT105 iron and NP105 tweezers—that can be combined as desired to adapt the station to the working necessities.

The station works with C105 cartridges, the lightest and smallest of JBC range. Moreover, the short distance between the tip and the handle offers maximum control even for repairing applications under a microscope.

The SMTA China Recognition Program strives to recognize and celebrate excellence in the electronics industry, inspiring companies to achieve the highest technology standards and move the industry forward. Winners are chosen by a distinguished panel of industry experts and SMTA members.

About JBC Soldering

Since 1929, JBC has been at the forefront in developing soldering and rework tools for electronics professionals. JBC is now a worldwide renowned brand offering a wide range of products specially designed to meet every operator needs and applications. JBC has headquarters in Barcelona, Spain, and branches in St. Louis, MO USA, in Guadalajara, Mexico, Hong Kong and Shanghai, China, guaranteeing a quick and efficient service with a distributor network covering the 5 continents.

For further information, visit www.jbctools.com.

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