Kurtz Ersa Recaps Successful APEX and Receives 20-Year Award

Joe Clure, Albrecht Beck and Todd De Zwarte
Joe Clure, Albrecht Beck and Todd De Zwarte
Ernie Grice - Unveiling Ersa's EXOS 10/26

Kurtz Ersa Inc., a leading supplier of electronics production equipment, today announced that it received a 20-year award for exhibiting at the 2020 IPC APEX EXPO. Additionally, the company had a record number of visitors at the event. Kurtz Ersa has been exhibiting at APEX since 2000 and is a proud supporter of the IPC.


“The IPC APEX EXPO has played a pivotal role in helping Kurtz Ersa develop our market in North America,“ said Ernie Grice, Vice President Sales, Kurtz Ersa Inc. “Each year we get more visitors and more leads.  2021 marks 100 years in Business for Ersa!  The 2021 IPC APEX EXPO will be a big show and a big party for Kurtz Ersa!”


IPC APEX EXPO the Fastest-growing Association Show in the United States as recognized by the Tradeshow News Network (TSNN). The largest event for electronics manufacturing in North America, IPC APEX EXPO attracts more than 9,000 professionals from 45 countries. The event was filled with new technologies and insights, and the Kurtz Ersa booth was packed full of new innovations.


During the event, Ersa unveiled the new Ersa's EXOS 10/26 is convection reflow soldering system with tremendous feedback. With 22 heating and four cooling zones as well as a vacuum chamber after the peak zone, the EXOS removes voids in the solder contact areas between component and PCB surfaces. In addition to its extraordinary process reliability, the system impresses with its extreme ease of maintenance.

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