Circuitronics Unveils Large-format PCBA Capabilities


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Circuitronics has added large-format capabilities with Vitronic Soltec’s Delta Wave soldering system, to accommodate assemblies up to 24".

“Large-format PCBAs continue to be a great commodity to target for reshoring efforts as shipping costs having a higher impact on landed cost of those goods. Expanding our capabilities to handle even larger assemblies across our lines efficiently helps our case for making US based assembly solutions make sense in customers’ landed cost comparisons,” said Circuitronics Sr. Director of Business Development Harsha Deivanayagam.

The Delta Wave soldering system is designed for three-shift, high volume production with maximum uptime. Precise and repeatable soldering results are provided by digital motor controls which maintain variation to within 1 rpm. Closed loop controls maintain precise solder and preheat temperatures. Additionally, constant computer monitoring of wave height, flux density, and board temperature insure quality results.

Circuitronics is certified to ISO 9001:2008, IPC J-STD-001 and IPC A-610, as well as ITAR registered.

About Circuitronics

Circuitronics is a premier electronic manufacturing services (EMS) company that caters to the needs of customers requiring higher technology and reliability in the industrial, energy, mil-aero and communication markets. The company is centrally located and the right size to offer responsiveness, agility and customer focus. Circuitronics offers complete EMS services including PCBA, system assembly, NPI/prototyping, supply chain solutions and advanced engineering services. For more information, click here.

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