Productronica Rocks!

29 November 2013
Productronica Rocks!

Purex International, leading manufacturer of advanced fume extraction systems has just returned from a very successful Productronica electronics industry exhibition in Munich, Germany.

Productronica in Munich is one of the worlds largest electronics manufacturing exhibitions in the world.

It his held in the Messe Munchen every two years and attracts thousands of exhibitors and visitors alike. This year, Purex International took a 7m x 5m exhibition stand to show off the latest in Fume Extraction Technology. Below are just some of the images from the 4 days show...

Productronica Build Up Day

Our stand was a little bare when Eric Butcher and Tom Peace arrived... but working from 9am on the Sunday morning through to 6pm on Monday night, with only a short break for sleep and a bite to eat, they ensured that the stand was built on time.

Quality Control at Work

Our applications engineer and part-time micro-brewer - Eric Butcher carries out some quality control the night before Productronica, ensuring everything was clean... and tasted fine! (Eric provided the Purex Pale Ale for the show - otherwise known as "Butchers Bang On Blonde"!)

The completed fume extraction stand ready for action

We braced ourselves for what was to be an insanely busy week when the doors for Productronica 2013 were opened.

Fume extraction stand gets very busy at Productronica

We were rushed off our feet right from the start with many new and old friends coming to see us. It was a very successful week!

Purex General Manager - Andy Easey

Purex GM - Andy Easey, selflessly keeping his customers happy serving the one and only Purex Pale Ale.

New Fume Extractor competition for 2014


Key sponsor of the IPC soldering competition

We were also proud to be a key sponsor of the IPC soldering competition, helping the competitors by providing FumeCubes to extract and filter the solder fumes.

IPC technician

The IPC competitors and trainers loved the Purex Fume Extractor! Especially the ability for the arm to be moved where ever it was needed and more importantly that it stayed there.