PCB Equipment Dryers and Ovens

Convection oven Memmert for pcb production

Number: 401952

The drying cabinet is designed for heat treatment of workpieces. Specifications: Dimensions WxHxD: 1110x1650x700 mm Dimensions of the work chamber WxHxD: 1000x800x500 mm The package includes adjustable shelves: 3pcs Electricity connection: 380V 4KW Maximum temperature: 220 degrees Loading of boards can be put in from two sides

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PCB Mask Infrared Drying Line Mass for pcb production

Number: 32704

PCB Mask Infrared Drying Line Mass. The equipment is in excellent condition, fully functional and ready for shipment from our warehouse in Europe.

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Oven Memmert for pcb production

Number: 19123

Oven Memmert. The equipment is in excellent condition and ready for shipment from our warehouse in Russia.

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Dryer Landun LD-E-3070FGA for pcb production

Number: 9865

Dryer Landun LD-E-3070FGA in excellent condition for the production of printed circuit boards. Like new. Ready for shipment from our warehouse in Russia.

Belt IR oven with a remote control unit for pcb production

Number: 9042

Conveyor belt IR drying is designed for fast and efficient drying of printed circuit boards. Thanks to 20 heaters there is a uniform heating of the board surface. The accuracy of maintaining the temperature of the heaters + \ – 2 °C. adjust by the speed of the conveyor.

In the manufacture of printed circuit boards after coating, varnishing or washing, drying of components and components is necessary. It is important to use high-quality equipment and strictly follow the instructions for the specified drying parameters.

When convection drying, regardless of the design of the dryer, it must necessarily include a forced air circulation device with adjustable supply and exhaust from the dryer.

Thermoradiation drying creates favorable conditions for solvent removal and polymerization of the impregnation, since it is heated from the metal parts of the coil, so this method is much more efficient.

In induction drying, due to the lack of inertia of heating, such furnaces fit well into continuous continuous lines, the mechanization and automation of which is not a complicated process.

During vacuum drying, the plants provide for the possibility of forced air circulation, where drying is carried out by blowing hot air, after which the vacuum pump is turned on.