Rehm Exhibits in Czech Republic, Hungary and Russia


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Rehm Thermal Systems will appear at three major trade shows for the Eastern European electronics industry in March and April: AMPER in Brno (Czech Republic), Electrosub in Budapest (Hungary) and ElectronTechExpo in Moscow (Russia). As an established manufacturer of reflow soldering systems, Rehm has been making its mark in the Eastern European electronics market for some years. At these trade shows it will present more innovative solutions for convection and condensation soldering with or without vacuum, as well as innovations in conformal coating processes for protective coatings.

AMPER, held in Brno in the Czech Republic, is one of the largest trade events for the electronics industry in Europe. Rehm Thermal Systems will exhibit again this year, presenting a CondensoXC Vac for condensation soldering, among other products, on 19 - 22 March 2019 in Hall F, Stand 2.12. This space-saving but nevertheless high-performance batch system is the ideal choice particularly for low throughput, and is used predominantly for laboratory applications, in batch production or in prototyping. A vacuum option is available for optimum and virtually void-free soldering results.

Rehm2.jpgJust one week after AMPER, the electronics sector will flock to the Hungarian capital of Budapest for Electrosub on April 3-5. Rehm will exhibit for the first time: visit our team at Stand B19 and discover the latest technology for soldering, coating, testing and hardening electronic assemblies. On the second day of the event Dr Paul Wild, Head of Research & Development at Rehm, will deliver a lecture titled “Lötprozesse—Applications und Trends” [Soldering Processes—Applications and Trends]. His lecture will explain the latest demands in the soldering of electronic assemblies and present corresponding solutions.

Rehm Thermal Systems has already exhibited its product portfolio in recent years at Russia’s largest electronics trade show, ElectronTechExpo. The manufacturer of thermal system solutions hopes to continue this success in 2019 too: On 15 - 17 April customers will have the opportunity to visit Rehm at the trade show in Moscow and in Pavilion 3, Hall 13, Stand B667 learn about the latest developments in reflow soldering under convection and condensation, as well as innovative conformal coating technology.

About Rehm Thermal Systems

As a specialist in thermal system solutions for the electronics and photovoltaics industry, Rehm is a technology and innovation leader in state-of-the-art, cost-effective manufacturing of electronic assembly groups. As a globally active manufacturer of reflow soldering systems with convection, condensation or vacuum, of drying and coating systems, functional test systems, equipment for metallisation of solar cells as well as numerous customised systems, we have a presence in all key growth markets and, as a partner with almost 30 years of industry experience, are able to implement innovative production solutions that set new standards.

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