The Hope/Carnfeldt EG 750 PCB processor is configured for optimum film handling and development for the printed circuit board industry.
The Hope/Carnfeldt EG processor is of modular construction, which allows you to choose between four different tank capacities. Deep tanks and long rack lengths determine the process speed and contribute to an even density.
The Hope/Carnfeldt processor is easy to maintain. The easy access for regular cleaning ensures a long lifespan and trouble free functioning of the processor. To ease the maintenance of the processor accessories such as rack hoist and floor drip tray can be ordered separately.
The clean design and the low noise level of the processor fit into todays modern working environment. The processor is supplied with an effective exhaust fan for removal of chemical fumes from the conveyor, processor and installation site.
This advanced electronic control system is simple to operate through an icon based graphic screen with function keys. The system controls and displays developer and fixer temperatures, replenishment, antioxidation, developing time, low liquid levels and no-feed indication.
A power save function automatically reduces power and water consumption after completion of each processing cycle.During nights and weekends a night and day programmable timer mode system reduces consumption further, however, keeping the processor ready to operate without any delay.
The safety level control system will cut off heat and automatically refill each tank if a low liquid level is detected. Diagnostic features in the computer control will tell the operator how to rectify error conditions both in case of hardware problems and external problems e.g. overflow in waste containers.
The Celis control contributes to secure a reliable transport of film and a trouble free production. If the processor is used as on-line processor the Celis Control can also be used as the intelligent communication link between the film plotter and the Hope/Carnfeldt on-line processor and it is designed to ensure an optimum utilization of the capacity of the film plotter.