BTU Expands Reflow Oven Distribution in Germany with Stratus Vision

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BTU International, Inc., a leading supplier of advanced thermal processing equipment for the electronics manufacturing market, is pleased to announce that it has expanded its distribution relationship with Stratus Vision GmbH to include PYRAMAX reflow ovens in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. 

For more than 10 years BTU International has been working with Stratus Vision GmbH as its distributor for high temperature custom belt furnaces in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Stratus Vision has been a leading partner for companies in Central Europe, the USA and Asia in the inspection of thick and thin-film hybrids, LTCC/HTCCs, wafers and other applications for almost 30 years.

“Stratus Vision has been our trusted distributor in Germany, Switzerland and Austria for more than a decade,” Oliver Wehner, European Sales Manager, BTU Europe Limited. “We are confident that they will be able to expand our reflow oven business in this region and provide their great support capabilities to our customers.”

“We can look back on a successful partnership that we will do our best to expand in the coming years,” said Sebastian Stenger, General Manager of Stratus Vision. “BTU and Stratus’ goals are well aligned with a focus on highest quality and accuracy in all of their products, coupled with excellent customer support and service. We know the importance of ensuring the tools supplied run well and continuously in production, and take every measure to ensure this during each system’s lifetime,” added Stenger.

BTU International has been the technology leader in the field of thermal processes equipment since 1950 and offers solutions with low operating costs and excellent thermal performance. PYRAMAX reflow ovens beat the competition in thermal uniformity, repeatability and exit temperature – even at higher throughput and are suitable for processing heavy or complex circuit boards. 

Stratus Vision will show the PYRAMAX for the first time in Hall 4A, Stand 411 SMTconnect on May 10-12, 2022 in Nuremberg.


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