In the News
Circuitnet- January 2015 - Peter Tallian discusses BTU's accomplishments in light of the 65th anniversary as well as BTU's latest developments for reflow technology.
Global SMT - October 2014 - Jim Griffin discusses BTU's latest technology in lowering Cost of Ownership for SMT Reflow. BTU's Energy Pilot software takes advantage of idle time to lower operating costs by up to 40% while ensuring product yield.
Kim Sauer talks to Rob DiMatteo, Regional Sales Manager, BTU International, at SMTAI 2014 about current industry trends, with particular focus on the Americas. With customer demand for process improvements and lower costs, Rob introduces the company’s ‘Energy Pilot’ feature that addresses those customer needs with its power & energy management solution.
EMSNow-Oct 2013 - Philip Stoten from EMSNow talks to Paul Lancaster, Director of Sales America, BTU International to talk about the Dynamo, the latest offering from BTU, the industry and the challenges in decreasing changeover times.
EMSNow - July 2013 - Philip Stoten from EMSNow joins BTU International Vice President Sales and Service, Jim Griffin to chat about their activities in flip-chip and reflow within the semiconductor segment of the industry. They discuss the role of Silicon Valley in the semiconductor industry and the trend to manufacture volume in Asia.
EMSNow - March 2013 - Jim Griffin, VP of Sales & Service and Peter Tallian, COO visit EMSNow's Philip Stoten to talk about the latest developments in their business and the challenges faced by the US market. Whilst Jim talked about markets and the newest 'Dynamo' product, Peter was able to elaborate on the companies manufacturing footprint and development strategy world-wide.
GlobalSMT- March 2013 - Trevor Galbraith from GlobalSMT sits with James Griffin, VP of Sales, BTU International, who introduces the new Dynamo at APEX 2013 in san Diego
Real Time with IPC - February 2013 - Guest Editor Stuart Hayton sits down with BTU's Peter Tallian (COO) and Jim Griffin (VP Sales and Service) and learns that there's a lot that goes into purchasing an oven for electronics manufacturing. BTU's new addition, the Dynamo, addresses this problem by bringing a low-cost solution to the market--complementing BTU's well-established Pyramax.
Circuitnet - January 2013 - Jim Griffin gives the outlook for the coming year in the electronics industry and for BTU's reflow business.
December 2012 - Jim Griffin spoke with Electronics Production World about BTU’s new Reflow Oven, Dynamo™, recently launched and specially designed for Portable Electronics.
June 2012 - Michael Lewis of ThomasNet interviews BTU International's CEO, Paul van der Wansem, regarding BTU's recent charitable initiatives supporting education in the local community.
June 2012 - PRUF LED has flipped the switch on the most cutting-edge, fully automated SMT production facility to manufacture a broad spectrum of LED lighting panels - including a BTU Pyramax convection reflow oven.
September 2011 - An interview with Jack McCaffrey is featured in the show daily for EUPVSEC. He discusses BTU's commitment to alternative energy as well as key technologies and trends.
May 2011 - In this video, BTU's product manager for electronics assembly, CoCo Zhang, discusses the latest enhancements to the Pyramax™ convection reflow oven including Dual Lane Dual Speed processing and HE Flux Management.
David C. Wong, Ph.D., chief solar scientist at BTU International, gives an overview of diffusion techniques with a highlight on process improvements including in-line processing.
Fred Dimock, a BTU Process Engineer, discusses methods for profiling solar cells including materials and TC placement.
BTU's Meridian™ In-Line Diffusion system is featured an in an informative article on Cost of Ownership in the photovoltaics industry.
December 2009 - Jim Griffin, BTU's VP of Sales and Service, comments on BTU's strategy to weather the industry downturn in the electronics industry.
September 2009 - BTU's CEO, Paul van der Wansem, discusses BTU's markets and its transition to alternative energy. In addition, Mr. van der Wansem comments on BTU's new products, operations and key personnel.
September 2009 - Belt speed, zone temperatures and static pressure all impact peak temperature.
September 2008 - For decades, BTU international has been a leading supplier of advanced thermal processing equipment for electronics manufacturing, which includes printed circuit board solder reflow and semiconductor packaging applications as well as, for the past 15 years, thermal processing systems to the solar manufacturing industry.