See the Revolutionary Solderability Tester from Microtronic at productronica
Microtronic's LBT-210 automatic and PC-controlled solderability tester is a revolutionary system that meets today's current industry challenges. The system is operated by using solder paste and a temperature profile. A component is placed on printed solder paste and heated through the same temperature profile that is used in production. All force parameters and values during the heating cycle are monitored and saved. This is the only known existing method of simulating and qualifying the solder profile of an in-line production solder furnace in conjunction with different solder pastes and components. Additionally, the LBT-210 supports the established test methods using a solder bath and the test with a molten globule of solder.
Additionally, Microtronic will have staff on hand in the following suppliers' booths:
EVS ― Solder recovery systems (www.solderrecovery.com) - Stand 141, Hall A4
AIM ― Specialty Solders (www.aimsolder.com) - Stand 540, Hall A2
For more information, please speak with a Microtronic representative at productronica or visit www.microtronic.de.
MICROTRONIC Microelectronic Vertriebs GmbH
Microtronic was founded in 1981 by Joop A. Eggelaar and is based near Munich, Germany. With 30 years' experience, we are the microelectronics leaders in Europe and offer a wide range of products and services to the microelectronics industries. We run regular training courses on various topics through in-house training or can arrange for specific employee training courses on request to suit your needs.
Our customers include companies who require added solderability test, ultrasonic microscopes, circuit board repair systems, welding systems, solders and solder pastes. We offer centralised pricing to our customers with the added benefit of unparalleled delivery times from our centralized European warehouses.
For more information, please visit www.microtronic.de.
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