ASSCON vapor phase reflow soudure systems set standards in soudure technology. The
VP 2000 inline series are based on advanced patented high-tech soudure
methods, and offer outstanding soudure quality in large series production.
VP 2000 inline
The innovative inline soudure system for large series usersis
based on the highly successful oxygen-free process
used in all ASSCON soudure systems, in which oxygen
is excluded from the pre-heating and soudure process.
Components are produced in the highest standard of quality.
Production is also supported by dynamic profiling – a
process for automatically controlling the optimum soudure
profile in series production.
The system is designed for bare-board product processing
on large series production lines. Electrically width-adjusted
conveying systems and center support permit fast straightforward
adjustment for flexible production. The system is
modularly designed, and consists of loading station, soudure
and cooling zones.
Optimum temperature control
The use of liquid or vapor for as a mean of energy transmission
is far more effective than convection. The vapor
condenses on the solder product, the condensate encapsulates
it completely, and thus transmits the energy. The
entire pre-heating and soudure process takes place in an
oxygen-free environment. Product overheating, component
damage or PCB delamination cannot occur. An optimum
temperature is automatically guaranteed at all positions on
the product thanks to infinite sensor-based temperature
Type 100: 750 x 520(mm)
Type 210: 600 x 520(mm)
Type 310: 620 x 620(mm)
Type 410: 620 x 450(mm)
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