SEHO to Exhibit at SMTA Dallas and Houston Expos


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SEHO North America, Inc. plans to exhibit at the SMTA Dallas and Houston Expo & Tech Forums. The Dallas Expo is scheduled to take place Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at the Plano Event Center, and the Houston Expo will be held Thursday, March 21, 2019 at the Stafford Centre. The company will discuss the PowerWave N2, ideally suited for medium to large production series. The system offers remarkable performance at simultaneously low investment costs.

The PowerWave N2 features an innovative fluxer unit that reduces flux consumption remarkably and creates low maintenance requirements. The spray fluxer with HVLP technology (high-volume – low pressure) ensures a stable spray jet and a very precise spray pattern even at the outer edges of the printed circuit boards (PCBs). This allows a reproducible fluxing process. Additionally, alcohol-based as well as water-based fluxes can be processed without any problems.

The flexible preheating zone configuration with an active length of 1800mm (70.86") enables the system to be customized to specific production needs. Depending on the requirements, the PowerWave N2 may be equipped with infrared heating zones, immediately reacting quartz emitters, or with convection heating modules.

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