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Low power, [N.sub.2] reflow.

Electrovert OmniFlex 10 reflow oven optimizes operating efficiencies, reduces maintenance intervals and lowers lifecycle costs. Said to feature advanced heating and cooling transfer technologies, energy-efficient design concepts and reduced maintenance requirements. Reportedly uses up to 50% less power and 35% less nitrogen than comparable platforms. Includes standard, variable-speed closed-loop blower control, power limiting, balanced gas flow and a dual chamber heating design. Specifications are: process width: 508 mm; heated length: 3810 mm; cooling length: 1285 mm; and max. operating temp.: 350[degrees]C.


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Title Annotation:Product PREVIEW
Publication:Circuits Assembly
Date:Mar 1, 2006
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