Vitronics Soltec Wins SMTA China Best Exhibit Technology Award

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Vitronics..JPGVitronics Soltec has won the SMTA China Best Exhibit Technology Award for its high-performing ZEVAv selective soldering platform, first introduced in November 2013, at the recent SMTA China South 2015 / NEPCON South China 2015 show. The award recognizes and celebrates excellence in the electronics industry. Appointed by the Technical Advisory Council of SMTA China, the judging panel, comprised only of User Members, provides a professional and unbiased selection from amongst the nominees.

In making the announcement, Ton Colijn, Business Unit Manager, said, “The ZEVAv platform delivers the best value in the high-speed selective soldering market, leveraging Vitronics Soltec’s proven, market-leading fluxing, preheating and soldering technology to meet the growing challenges of high yields, cost effective production, and process control. We’re pleased that this award provides that recognition in our industry.”

The ZEVAv’s high frequency fluxing technology provides the most accurate process to answer the highest quality challenges; patented convection preheating provides the best heat transfer to address the most complex thermal requirements; and its patented soldering design excels in the challenges of miniaturization. The ZEVAv’s flexible platform is highly customizable and allows on-the-fly changeovers; and its high degree of process control provides maximum insight on day-to-day performance.

The SMTA China Recognition Program strives to inspire its member companies and exhibitors to achieve the highest technology standards and move the industry forward. SMTA invites the nominees to the SMTA China Reception and Recognition Award Ceremony, where SMTA China announces the winner of each award and presents them with a plaque and billboard for booth display.

About Vitronics Soltec

Vitronics Soltec specializes in the design and manufacturing of mass soldering equipment for the global circuit board assembly market, and includes Reflow, Wave and Selective Soldering technologies. Vitronics Soltec designs and manufactures its systems in three facilities, located in Camdenton, Missouri, USA; Oosterhout, The Netherlands; and Suzhou, China. Direct sales and support centers are located in the United States, the Netherlands, Singapore, Malaysia, Korea and Shanghai.



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