EVS Introduces New Large Pot Solder Recovery System with Sealed Cabinet


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EVS International, the leader in solder recovery, introduces the new EVS18KLF solder recovery system. The EVS 18KLF has a larger 18kilo/40lbs pot, allowing customers to recover more dross and producing a faster ROI. Users can quickly recover up to 80 percent of pure solder with a higher ROI from the waste dross.

EVS has continually improved the performance of the EVS units and the new EVS 18KLF is no exception. The solder recovery system has a touchscreen display, and like all EVS systems, is totally automatic.

EVS’ new patented technology provides a clean ingot bar as it filters the solder through gauze and the recovery rate is very high, achieving up to 80 percent solder from the dross.

The EVS 18KLF features a totally sealed cabinet, enclosing the dross bucket and fume extraction. This area is now totally sealed.

The revolutionary Tilting Pot Mechanism allows engineers to dispense with the space-consuming twin opposed air rams and door. Inverting and rotating dross/solder pot and a novel hot air-activated auto drain tap creates the solder ingots.  

The simple but ruggedly designed unit is highly ISO14001 compatible as it lives by the ISO mantra of reduce – reuse – recycle, enabling customers to reduce solder consumption by up to 50+ percent, an unheard of savings in the electronics production industry.

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