Molten Solder flowing onto PCB Board

Reliable and Efficient Bulk Soldering

Widely used in electronics manufacturing, wave soldering is a very reliable and efficient method of affixing through-hold components to a PCB board.  Circuit boards pass through the machine on a conveyor, and a pump creates a “wave” of molten solder that makes contact and solders components securely in place.

Scaleable, Flexible & Consistent

Whether a small batch or a large run, little changeover is needed when selecting this method of affixing components, making it a cost-effective manufacturing method.

Boards of varying sizes can be run consistently between runs with a high level of process control through adjusting flux deposition, conveyor speed, and temperature profile.

Through-hole components combined with wave soldering offer a connection strength that can endure tough environmental conditions and harsh mechanical stress.

PCB Board moving over wave of solder

The Right Tools for the Job

Wave Soldering

Manncorp 28D.400

Designed for intermediate to heavy throughput requirements, the Model 28.400 wave solder machine features an auto-cleaning titanium finger conveyor with motorized width adjustment that handles PCBs up to 15.75″ (400 mm) wide.

The Manncorp 28D.400’s internal, automatic spray fluxing system is a testament to its precision and efficiency. Equipped with a low-pressure atomizer, it ensures a highly stable, 4.2′ (1300 mm) convection preheater that activates fluxes while prepping the assembly for soldering temperatures, guaranteeing high performance.

The 28.400 wave solder machine also includes a high-capacity 370 kg (816 lbs. approximate weight for lead-free solder), lead-free-ready titanium-alloy solder pot, and color LCD touch-panel control.