STI Adds Heller Oven to Microelectronics/Cleanroom Lab
STI announces the addition of the Heller 1913MKIII Convection Reflow/Curing Oven to its Microelectronics/Cleanroom.
The lead-free certified Heller 1913MKIII features 26 independently controlled heating zones. The system features PID control to ensure +/- 1°C temperature stability, and real-time profiling with SPC software. The closed-loop nitrogen control system provides multiplex monitoring at three independent locations and an oxygen PPM monitor. In addition, the switchable drive system features a fast-speed drive reflow system and a slow-speed drive curing system.
“The latest addition to the Microelectronics ISO Class 6 Cleanroom is yet another demonstration of STI’s commitment to deliver the highest quality services and products to its customers. Procurement of the Heller 1913MKIII, an extended zone convection oven with a closely monitored inert environment, enables the manufacturing and assembly of more robust microelectronics assemblies for high-rel electronics,” stated Casey Cooper, Microelectronics Lab Manager at STI.
STI’s 2,000 sq. ft. Microelectronics Lab is certified in accordance with Nebb Procedural Standards per the requirements of ISO14644-1:1999 for ISO Class 6 (Class 1000) Manufacturing Cleanroom for Electronic Hardware. It meets the requirements to produce military and medical devices that require cleanroom manufacturing standards and practices.
Source: STI Electronics Inc.