Sono-Tek to Introduce New SelectaFlux-A System at productronica 2017


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Sono-Tek Corporation today announced plans to introduce the new SelectaFlux-A system in Hall A4, Booth 141 at productronica 2017, scheduled to take place Nov. 14 – 17, 2017 at the Messe München in Germany. This redesigned, improved selective fluxing system is built on the successful SelectaFlux platform that has been around for more than 20 years! The system offers the same adjustable spray pattern, from 2-8mm or 4-30mm, with a new, upgraded self-contained control module.          

Improvements include:

  • Touchscreen interface for a better user interface
  • ECHO generator for an even nozzle performance
  • Increased flux delivery options for a more customized solution
  • Dual flux for easy switch between two fluxes 

The new SelectaFlux system is designed to easily retrofit into all major selective solder machines as a fluxer head replacement. Like its predecessors, the system will spray ALL fluxes without clogging or needing frequent maintenance/cleaning. Compared to existing jetting and spray technology, the SelectaFlux has more flux control, less overspray, NO clogging and less maintenance.

Sono-Tek offers a full line of spray fluxing systems, both internal and standalone, reciprocating and stationary, to meet the needs of all PCB manufacturers.

About Sono-Tek Corporation

Sono-Tek is the world leader in the development and application of liquid ultrasonic atomization technology into nozzle systems and spraying and coating application systems. Compared to conventional pressure spraying methods, the company’s ultrasonic nozzles do not clog, reduce liquid usage, waste, and environmental impact while achieving much more precise, uniform, thin film coatings. Sono-Tek is continually developing new applications for its unique technology, replacing wasteful practices in a world that is growing ever more environmentally sensitive. For more information, visit the company here.

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