Ersa Wins Mexico Technology Award for Rework System

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Kurtz Ersa Inc. was awarded a 2019 Mexico Technology Award in the category of Rework and Repair for its HR 600 XL-L. The award was presented to the company during a Wednesday, October 23, 2019 ceremony that took place during the SMTA Guadalajara Expo & Tech Forum.

Todd DeZwarte, Sales Manager – North America for Rework, Inspection & Tools, stated: “Customers love the high level of automation and ease of use. Together with the new innovative heating matrix, the HR600XL is proving to be best-in-class for large board rework.”

With the Ersa HR 600 XL-L it is possible to professionally rework BTC components on big board assemblies. Boasting a heated area of 24 x 24" and a PCB thickness of up to 10 mm open up rework capabilities in the segments of telecommunication, network, and infrastructure. The system has a 4 zone 80 x 150 mm top radiator for large connector rework.

The high precision repair process is ideal for desoldering, placement and soldering of all types of surface-mounted devices (SMD): BGA, metallic BGA, CGA, BGA socket, QFP, PLCC, MLF, etc. 

The Mexico Technology Awards acknowledge the latest innovations available in Mexico produced by OEM manufacturing equipment and materials suppliers over the last 12 months.

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