BTU Sends Vacuum Reflow Oven to ACI Technologies’ Showroom


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BTU International, Inc. has announced that the new Pyramax Vacuum Reflow Oven has been installed at ACI Technologies’ showroom and demo center. This is the second machine at ACI, the first was a Pyramax Convection Reflow Oven.

BTU’s Fred Dimock and Rob DiMatteo are currently on-site at ACI in Philadelphia conducting demonstrations on the vacuum reflow oven, which offers a sharp reduction in voiding in both BGAs and QFN components.

“There’s quite a bit of process development work going on in the industry for vacuum reflow applications,” said Fred Dimock, Manager of Process Technology, BTU. “We’re pleased we can team with ACI to offer not only our vacuum reflow oven, but the necessary metrology to characterize the experiments.”  

For more information about BTU International, visit www.btu.com.

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