Ersa to Introduce Rework and Soldering Systems at IPC APEX EXPO


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Kurtz Ersa Inc. will exhibit at IPC APEX EXPO 2019, scheduled to take place January 29-31, 2019 at the San Diego Convention Center in California. The company will introduce the HR 600 XL and the VERSAFLOW 4XL with VERSAFLEX in booth 2706. 

With the Ersa HR 600 XL, it is possible to professionally rework BTC components on big board assemblies. Boasting a heated area of 24 x 24 inch and a PCB thickness of up to 10 mm opens up rework capabilities in the segments of telecommunication, network and infrastructure.

The HR 600 XL features a bottom-side IR Matrix heater with a total power of 15 kW that consists of 25 individually controllable heating elements. For each application the ideal heat distribution can be set. The highly efficient 800 W hybrid heating head executes the component desoldering or installation from chip resistors to  60x60 mm (2.36x 2.36 inch) BGAs or sockets in well-known Ersa quality.

ersa2.jpgThe VERSAFLOW 4XL is designed for PCB sizes of up to 610 x 1,200 mm. This selective soldering system provides a revolutionary new dimension of flexibility and application variety – at the highest soldering quality.

Printed circuit board (PCB) formats of up to 610x1,200 mm can be soldered efficiently and safely with the VERSAFLOW 4XL, making it a perfect system for large, highly integrated assemblies or LED applications. Featuring the completely new VERSAFLUX flux module and VERSAFLEX solder module, the VERSAFLOW 4XL is extremely flexible and manages most diverse solder jobs.

Ersa also will display the VERSAFLOW 455 selective soldering system, Smartflow 2020 selective soldering system, N2 Generator, Hotflow 3/20 reflow oven, Powerflow Air, VERSAPRINT Ultra with the latest measuring technology via 3D camera, and HR550 & HR600/2 rework systems. Additionally, the company will show automation solutions (conveyors, lifts, etc.), as well as hand tools.

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