Seika Machinery to Exhibit Latest SMT Solutions at SMTAI


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Seika Machinery, Inc., a leading provider of advanced machinery, materials and engineering services, will exhibit in Booth #707 at SMTA International, scheduled to take place Sep. 29 - 30, 2015 at the Donald Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL. The Seika team will be available to demonstrate the following equipment: DEN-ON INSTRUMENTS CO., LTD. RD-500V Rework Station, UNITECH UC-250M-CV PCB Board Cleaner, MALCOM SPS Solder Paste Mixer and MALCOM Spiral Viscometer.

The RD-500V Rework Station features a two mega pixel full HD camera with a 19" LCD display for easy visual alignment. It samples the data in very small intervals of 0.1 sec, allowing extremely accurate temperature control. The RD-500V is equipped with powerful built-in 1000W heaters on both the top- and bottom-side, and an area heater that includes six quick heating 600W IR heaters. Precise profiling including detailed temperature curves can be executed with the ability to closely control up to 30 zones.

The UC-250M-CV Board Cleaner adds a dual cleaning feature using a combination of a brush roller with the silicone/adhesive cleaning rollers. The combination dual dust removal system assures better results than a single brush or adhesive roller system. The UC-250M-CV has the ability to clean the top surface of PCB even chip components attached on the bottom side. Additionally, the cleaner features an antistatic bar (ionizer) to neutralize static and prevent dust from collecting on the top surface of the PCB.

The MALCOM SPS Solder Paste Mixer is a non-contaminating mixer that utilizes pseudo planetary motion to stir the solder paste. The SPS-1 provides uniform paste consistency regardless of operator skill. The paste temperature rises due to friction, enabling control over the solder paste viscosity. Now, a solder paste can be pulled from the refrigerator and ready on the stencil, in 10 minutes.

Seika2.JPGThe MALCOM PCU-200 Digital Viscometer features a patented spiral-pump sensor that provides quick, easy and repeatable measurements. It provides continuous measurement of newtonian and non-newtonian fluids with constant shear rate and shear time. Additionally, the system features automatic control of measurement according to JIS standards (PCU-203,205). Application includes solder pastes, thick film pastes, solder resists, liquid resists, inks, etc.

Also at the show, company representatives will highlight the MALCOM RCX-1 Reflow Monitoring System and Hioki Flying Probe among other equipment.

About Seika Machinery, Inc.

Seika Machinery, Inc. (SMI) is a subsidiary of Seika Corporation, Japan and member of the Mitsubishi Global Group. SMI provides electronics manufacturers with advanced machinery, superior materials and engineering services.

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