Rehm Presents Conformal Coating System for the First Time in the UK


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Southern Manufacturing & Electronics is undoubtedly one of the most important and popular tech shows in the UK calendar. From humble beginnings as a regional event, it has grown into a fully fledged national show with increasing influence in continental Europe and beyond. On stand 155 of Accelonix, Rehm's agent for the UK and Ireland, Rehm Thermal Systems will be showcasing the Protecto Conformal Coating & Dispensing System for the first time live on site in the UK.

As a global manufacturer and supplier of various coating processes for electronic assemblies, Rehm Thermal Systems can offer its customers particularly versatile, process-stable solutions. This year, Rehm is exhibiting for the first time at Southern Manufacturing & Electronics, one of the most important trade fairs for manufacturing technologies in the UK: "We are pleased to take the opportunity to present ourselves at the stand of our partner Accelonix at this industry gathering and to showcase the latest trends in coating technologies," says Gianfranco Sinistra, Product Sales Coating&Dispensing at Rehm. "With our diverse options for global networking in manufacturing - for example, via MES or ERP systems - we offer our customers the appropriate technologies and the systems they need: including the adhesive and dispensing systems of the ProtectoX series," adds Sinistra.

The Protecto systems deliver safe, automated processes and precise results for the application of a wide range of materials. The Protecto convinces with a solid machine construction and diverse applications in the fields of dispensing and bonding technology. The up to 4 simultaneously usable applicators provide users with a wide range of options: In addition to dispensing, the ProtectoX series also impresses with its ability to create freely definable housing shapes in the third dimension through simple application. Immediate curing of UV varnishes is just as possible with the ProtectoX systems as potting or bonding of different materials.

"For years, Rehm has been offering innovative complete solutions in the field of thermal system solutions - we are pleased to be able to present all this at Southern Manufacturing & Electronics," says Gianfranco Sinistra.

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