Ersa to Exhibit Rework and Professional Soldering at SMTA Guadalajara Expo


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Kurtz Ersa North America will exhibit at the SMTA Guadalajara Expo & Tech Forum, which is scheduled to take place October 1819, 2017 at Hotel Riu Guadalajara. Ersa's representatives will show the HR600/2 rework system, IR/PL 550 rework system, i-CON VARIO 4 and i-CON 1 soldering stations.

The economic HR600/2 highly automated rework system with the proven Ersa rework technology. The IR/PL 550 is one of the best-selling rework systems worldwide and offers the best cost/performance ratio. This system is designed for small- to medium-sized PCBs and has proven itself to be the "workhorse" in Ersa's rework product line. The IR/PL 550 offers the greatest flexibility for operators to best interact with their system in order to handle the most complex SMT and THT rework applications.

The i-CON VARIO 4, meanwhile, offers whisper-quiet air and vacuum generation for up to four simultaneously operating soldering and de-soldering tools. The station ensures highly efficient processing of all SMT and THT soldering tasks. In addition to the 200W i-Tool AIR S, it offers the i-Tool Universal Soldering Device, the THT De-soldering X-tool Iron, and the Ultra-Fine De-soldering Chip Tool VARIO (2 x 40W).

The i-CON 1 is a professional industrial soldering station that uses the 150 W i-Tool. Its outstanding measure and control technology ensures quick heating and heat recovery times as well as the constant temperature of the soldering tip. Excellent soldering results can be achieved at very low tip temperatures.

For more information about Kurtz Ersa North America, click here.

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