As a supplier of selective soldering and innovative hybrid rework systems, Ersa had the courage to adapt its soldering machines to the electronic assemblies of the future. The trend in electronics manufacturing is not only towards miniaturization, but also towards large, highly integrated assemblies, for example for control centers or LED lighting technology. This is where the Versaflow 4 XL comes into play, which can solder big boards up to 610 x 1,200 mm (24 x 48 inches) safely and efficiently in top quality. With up to five heating zones and three modules (two pots each on two independent axes), the Versaflow 4 XL has found a firm place in their product portfolio, thanks to its flexible performance – proved by the delivery and installation of 15 systems within only a few months.
Large PCBs are complex and cost-intensive to produce, so their repair should be considered a useful addition. Here, too, the company has broken new ground for electronics production: With an active heating area of 625 x 625 mm (24 x 24 inches) and a processable PCB thickness of up to 10 mm, the automatic rework system HR 600 XL enables a wide range of applications in telecommunications, network technology and IT infrastructure. At the US electronics trade fair IPC Apex Expo, this courage to explore new avenues was rewarded twice – the company received two NPI awards, one for the rework system HR 600 XL, as well as, for the Versaflow 4 XL.