VP Pence introduced to Ersa’s technologically advanced selective soldering system during recent visit to Dynalab, Inc.

Kurtz Ersa North America, a leading supplier of electronics production equipment, is pleased to announce that its long-time customer, Dynalab, Inc., recently hosted Vice President Mike Pence at its facilities in Columbus, OH. He participated in a roundtable discussion with Dynalab Founder and President Gary James, U.S. Senator Rob Portman, U.S. Representative Pat Tiberi, and other members of the Central Ohio business community. During the visit, VP Pence was introduced to the Ersa VERSAFLOW 345, Ersa’s most technically advanced selective soldering system.

This high-profile visit highlighted the achievements of Dynalab over the past several decades, having
grown from a small wire harness assembly operation into a full-scale electronics manufacturing services company. Dynalab only works with partners whose low-maintenance, high-quality equipment runs reliably for many years. It is because of this stance that Dynalab first started working with Kurtz Ersa North America more than 13 years ago.

Today, Dynalab has three ERSA VERSAFLOW systems in production. Dynalab uses Ersa’s technology for all of its selective soldering needs and the company plans to continue using Ersa into the future because it yields the best results. Craig Reiselt, Director of Manufacturing Operations at Dynalab, said that Ersa’s customer service principals are in line with Dynalab’s: “They have always bent over backwards to make sure that we are up and running. Ersa is top notch.”

VERSAFLOW is the industry’s most widely used in-line selective soldering platform. This platform is the most repeatable system on the market with technology highlights such as maintenance-free electromagnetic solder pumps, servo-driven gantry systems, expandable modularity, multiple solder pots in various combinations, fiducial recognition, board warpage detection, process camera, auto nozzle cleaning, top- and bottom-side heating and offline programming.

Maintaining the highest quality standards has always been paramount to the success of Dynalab. Founded in 1981, Dynalab’s 300 plus associates presently occupy 100,000 sq. ft. in the company’s headquarters and manufacturing facility, providing engineering and manufacturing support for Fortune 500 companies. For more information about Dynalab, visit www.dynalabems.com

For more information about Kurtz Ersa North America, visit www.ersa.com

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