Rehm Presents Sustainable Solution for Cost-Effective Vapor Phase Soldering

Rehm Presents Sustainable Solution for Cost-Effective Vapor Phase Soldering712370

Rehm Thermal Systems will be showcasing the closed-loop principle and active Galden®  filtration for sustainable condensation soldering at AMPER in Brno from March 19th to 21st, 2024, at booth F.332. AMPER in Brno, Czech Republic, has become one of the most important trade events for the electronics industry in Europe. With over 400 exhibitors from electrical engineering, energy, automation, communication, and lighting, it offers insights into the latest trends and innovations for over 25,000 professionals from various industries.

Rehm Thermal Systems is exhibiting again this year and presents from March 19th to 21st, 2024, in Hall F, Booth 332, a CondensoXC Vac for condensation soldering. The Condenso series offers much greater flexibility for the condensation soldering process than is achievable with conventional soldering methods.

Patented injection principle for optimal profiling

The use of the injection principle and control of temperature and pressure enables more precise and diverse reflow profiling. Thus, reproducible soldering conditions are guaranteed, increasing process stability. A vacuum option is available for all Condenso systems for optimal and nearly void-free results.

Integrated closed-loop system for minimal medium consumption

With the integrated closed-loop system for the injected medium Galden, Rehm has implemented a future-proof, sustainable solution from the outset. The principle is equally efficient and resource-saving. After soldering, the vacuum and/or cooling process starts. At the same time, the process gas is extracted and cleaned. During extraction, a vacuum is created, ensuring rapid drying of the soldered goods and the process chamber, thus minimizing losses when ejecting the products.

The extracted Galden is filtered and cleaned of impurities using granules. This allows approximately 99.9% of the medium to be recovered. The cleaned liquid is stored in a container at room temperature and made available for further processes. This eliminates evaporation losses and energy losses. The hermetic sealing of the process chamber (simultaneously vacuum chamber) also excludes the "evaporation loss" of Galden during soldering. In addition to minimal maintenance effort, operating costs are reduced due to lower medium consumption.

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