The Temperature control unit (TCU) has been designed to meet a very specific process requirement within the electronics sector. The reliable placement or surface mount devices during PCB assembly requires that during the initial printing stage the solder paste is maintained at a temperature which ensures optimum performance.
With assembly now on a global basis the variation of local climate and factory conditions means that this optimum level cannot be maintained without some form of intervention.
The design of the TCU includes cooling and and heating elements which ensure that the temperature within the printing environment is maintained within 1°C of the optimum paste performance temperature regardless of whether the factory ambient is above or below this level.
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Key features of the TCU
Reverse flow air (RFA) technology
The RFA technology feature causes a fall in velocity and air direction change. Larger particulate falls out of the airstream into the filter’s drop out chamber. With less particulate entering the filter media the filter life is significantly increased, enhancing filter capture performance and ensure longer life.
ProTECT service plan
Our PROtect LEV service plan and compliance certification has been designed to give you the peace of mind that your LEV (Local Exhaust Ventilation) systems are being expertly maintained throughout their working life and you are kept within government guidelines and regulations in the UK.
SureCHECK quality standard
We recognised that quality, health and safety and environmental management are integral to our management. SureCHECK is far more than just written words, it touches every employee and is engrained within the company’s culture and business ethos. It is applied consistently across all our business activities on a world-wide basis.
Heaters and refrigerated cooling providing a consistent temperature within the print area, accurate to within 1°C.
Digital programmer with graphic display.
Process monitoring via temperature sensors that can be strategically mounted within the printer.
To prevent process contamination, the conditioned air is passed through a filter before entering the TCU.
A four colour beacon provides operating condition status.
Condensate produced is gravity fed to an easily removed 5 litre container or piped to an external drain.
Two capacitive level sensors monitor the condensate level.
Fail-safe condensate sensor with TCU shutdown in the base of the unit to detect water in the event that the condensate container has not been re-fitted after emptying.
An additional silencer can be retro-fitted if required.
Compact and mobile unit with a small footprint.
Single phase supply.
Datasheet correct at time of publishing. For specific applications, please contact us for details.