Ersa to Exhibit at SMTAI


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Kurtz Ersa Inc. plans to exhibit at SMTA International, scheduled to take place Sept. 24-25, 2019 at the Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois. Company representatives will discuss Ersa‘s wave solder and selective solder equipmen in booth #424.

With the POWERFLOW system, Ersa presents a high-performance wave soldering system with flexible soldering bath technology at an attractive value. Technologically, the system is state-of-the-art and includes process-relevant components.

Ersa’s Smartflow 2020 requires less than 3 m² of space. Due to its universal pallet fastening, the Smartflow can handle PCB sizes of up to 508 x 508 mm (20” x 20”).  The Smartflow 2020 is smart and compact without compromising quality.

For more information about Kurtz Ersa Inc., visit www.ersa.com.

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