Rehm Thermal Systems opens Technology Center in Guadalajara
Aiming for automotive suppliers and global electronics manufacturers increasingly establishing in Mexico, soldering solutions provider Rehm Thermal Systems officially opened its Technology Center in Guadalajara.
At the event, the German-based company offered an exhibition for its energy-efficient sustainable reflow soldering systems that included a keynote on future trends in the production of electronic assemblies.
According to a press release, customers and partners from the region “took the opportunity to become familiar with the premises, while at the same time gathering information about Rehm’s innovative equipment”.
“Spanning nearly 300m2, the new Technology Center offers the best opportunities to combine theory and practice. VisionXP+, a particularly energy-efficient reflow convection soldering system, is currently available for soldering trials and extensive tests. Other systems will follow during the expansion of the Technology Center in Guadalajara,” the statement revealed.
“Plant operators can now inform themselves, for instance, about the relevant service functions of VisionXP+ in user training courses and receive practical tips for process optimisation. The most important spare parts are now also quickly and easily available, since the extended premises offer sufficient space for a small storage area,” the document added.
The company is also offering a demo center on site featuring various reflow soldering systems for soldering experiments on a 295 m² floor area. Intensive consultation offered directly at the machine ensures the best process support before, during and after investing in a Rehm system.
About the company
Founded in 1990, Rehm Thermal Systems produces energy-efficient manufacturing equipment for the electronics and photovoltaics industry.
The company manufactures reflow soldering systems (convection or condensation) and drying and coating systems. In the field of solar power Rehm offers high-quality equipment for the metallisation of solar cells.
They also manufacture tailor-make applications related to soldering, coating and hardening for electronics modules. Their thermal systems are applied in the automotive, medical, aerospace and power electronics industries and the military.