EVS Solder Recovery Systems in Hall A4, Booth 137 at productronica


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EVS International will exhibit in hall A4, booth 137 at productronica, scheduled to take place Nov. 12-15, 2019 at the Neue Messe München in Munich, Germany. The company will show the EVS 500LF solder recovery system with improved performance and cost savings.

With the EVS500LF, users can quickly recover up to 80 percent of pure solder with a higher ROI from the waste dross. EVS has continually improved the performance of the EVS units and the new EVS 500LF is no exception.

The EVS 500LF has the same footprint as a printer and is aimed at multiple markets: The customer with one lead wave and one lead-free wave; the customer who uses Nitrogen or wants to reduce their Nitrogen usage; the customer with selective solder pots who only removes small amounts of dross every hour; or the customer with multiple waves where one EVS 500LF is connected to each wave.  

For more information about EVS International’s industry-leading systems, visit www.solderrecovery.com.

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