Selective Soldering Machines deliver zero defect solder joints.

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Designed for short run, mixed technology applications, Models ESS310 and ESS500 handle max board size of 12 x 12 in. and 19.7 x 19.7 in., respectively, while providing single point, drag, mini-wave, or dip soldering. Machines feature 100% IR preheat, 33 lb solder capacity, and spray flux system. With warm up time of approximately 45 min, systems reach max temperature of 725°F and consume 0.8-1.7 cfm nitrogen, depending on nozzle and nozzle shroud.



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New ESS Selective Soldering Machines



If you are considering automating your selective soldering process, then you need to consider the ESS Selective Soldering Machines. The cost of entry into automated, batch, selective soldering has never been easier with the ESS Selective Soldering Machines.

Designed for short run, mixed technology applications, the ESS310 & ESS500 Selective Soldering Machines will provide the throughput, accuracy, and reliability you are looking for to improve the productivity of your selective soldering process.

o All-inclusive system - Flux, Preheat, Solder

o Through-hole soldering flexibility - single point, drag, mini-wave, or dip soldering

o Reproducible, "zero defect" solder joints

o On-board, touch screen interface for easy instrument set-up, programming, and parameter control

o Save machine setup time and increase productivity with off-line programming with photoscan and Gerber software

o Flexibility with wettable and specialty nozzles

Max board size:

ESS310: 310 x 310mm (12" x 12")

ESS500: 500 x 500mm (19.7" x 19.7")

Min. Neighbor Component Clearance: 1.5 - 3mm (0.06" - 0.12") depending on nozzle size

Preheater: 100% IR preheat

Solder Capacity: Approx. 15kg (33 lbs)

Pressure (Nitrogen): 2 bar (30psi)

Flux System: Spray

Solder Pot and Pump: Lead-free, Single

Warm up Time: Approx. 45 minutes

Max Temperature: 400°C (725°F)

Consumption (Nitrogen): 0.8 - 1.7 CFM (23 - 49 litres/min) - dependent on nozzle and nozzle shroud

Air Pressure: 5.5 bar (80 psi)

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