Valtronic Improves Production Capabilities


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Valtronic has acquired two high-quality technologies—Kurtz Ersa North America's HR600 Hybrid Rework System and Nordson ASYMTEK’s Quantum Q-6800 Dispensing Unit for Encapsulation—to improve its production capabilities. Both systems currently are being installed, and Valtronic plans to begin using them early this year.

Kurtz Ersa North America’s HR600 hybrid rework system is equipped with a highly dynamic and efficient heating technology with the bottom-side heating (2,400 W) divided into three independent-heating zones. The newly developed hybrid top-side emitter provides 800 W of heating power and combines the advantages of infrared heating with those of a convection heater. In order to thermally control the rework process, the HR 600 uses proven closed-loop technology.

Nordson ASYMTEK’s Quantum Q-6800 high-value fluid dispensing system delivers uncompromising quality, value and productivity for demanding fluid dispensing applications. A high-performance, large-format dispensing platform, the system features a large dispense area with a laser height sensor (LHS) while new sophisticated system electronics and controls provide enhanced versatility. The larger dispense area is well suited for dual-valve dispensing and is ideal for a wide selection of substrate sizes, fluids and processes used in packagingand assembly dispensing applications.

The hybrid rework system and the dispensing unit for encapsulation are an upgrade to the technologies currently in use on the production floor. The company purchased these technologies with the purpose of improving the speed and quality of its lines.

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