ESI Installs Kurtz Ersa Hybrid Rework System

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Kurtz Ersa Inc., a leading supplier of electronics production equipment, has announced that Electronic Systems, Inc. (ESI) has purchased and installed a HR 600/2 Hybrid Rework System. ESI provides a full range of electronics manufacturing services to leading original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

“In terms of systems on the market, the Kurtz Ersa HR600/2 BGA rework machine provides the most automated functionality at the most economical price point,“ stated Paula Schmidt, Mfg. Engineer at ESI.  “Its intelligent software along with dynamic heaters for thermo feedback controlled profiles makes it extremely easy to program and operate.“

With the installation of the HR 600/2, ESI benefits from guaranteed user independent reproducible repair results, as well as process control and documentation via the HRSoft operator software. Additional features include:

  • Highly efficient 800 W hybrid heating head
  • Homogeneous, large-area IR bottom heating with 3 heating zones (800 W each)
  •  Automatic and precise component alignment with the help of machine vision
  • Highly accurate, motor-driven axis system for component placement (+/- 0.025 mm)

For more than 35 years ESI‘s customers have trusted them to help them improve their product quality and costs. ESI serves companies in the industrial, commercial, medical, energy and HVAC industries. For more information, visit



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