Exapro, a leading marketplace for used industrial machinery, offers a curated selection of PCB wave soldering machines, blending innovation with cost-effectiveness. Originating from esteemed manufacturers like Ersa, SEHO, and Pillarhouse, these machines promise precision, high-quality soldering, and durability. With prices ranging from €10,000 to €80,000, Exapro caters to businesses of varying scales, ensuring a balance between affordability and quality.

Wave soldering machines are essential in the electronics industry for soldering through-hole components onto printed circuit boards. These machines ensure consistent solder joints and efficient processing, making them ideal for medium to large-scale production runs.

On Exapro, alongside competitive pricing, professionals can evaluate essential machine parameters, ensuring they make an informed purchase tailored to their needs. Explore Exapro's collection and enhance your electronics manufacturing capabilities with reliable and efficient wave soldering machines.

Ersa EWS 330

Year: 2005

Working width 330 mm

ERSA Powerflow ATM with alloy

Year: 2010

Working width 406 mm
Number of pre-heating zones 3

SMT Quattro Peak M N2 Wave soldering machine

Year: 2005

Working width 300 mm
Number of pre-heating zones 3

SEHO GOWAVE Wave Soldering Machine

Year: 2019

The 2019 SEHO GOWAVE is a highly efficient wave soldering system, designed for low to mid-batch production. It boasts a maximum usable soldering width of 340mm, making it versatile for various soldering tasks. The system is equipped with an ATS spray fluxer HVLP, ensuring precise and uniform application of flux. It also includes 2 solder frames, providing stability and accuracy …

Dektec ST-400 Wave Soldering Machine

Year: ~ 2008

Working width 400 mm
Number of pre-heating zones 2

ERSA POWERFLOW ULTRA XL Wave soldering machine

Year: 2021

Available are two POWERFLOW ULTRA XL wave soldering units. Machines in good working condition. New price on the unit is around 250k EUR - feel free to make us an offer we cannot refuse! Further information please request.

SEHO 2340 LRT Wave Soldering Machine

Year: 2008

The 2008 SEHO 2340 LRT is a high-performance wave soldering system. It’s designed with a solder frame transport feature that ensures efficient and precise soldering operations. The system operates with a transfer direction from left to right (L->R), facilitating a smooth workflow. This machine exemplifies the technological advancements in the field of soldering systems. Its design and features are a …

ERSA ETS 330 and External Fluxer

Year: 1994

We are selling ERSA ETS 330 Machine was PB-free ready, but due to non relised project was never filled with solder. POT IS EMPTY! Machine is ready for sale with the external fluxer. LAST turn ON: 2022 Packaging and cratenening by buyer. AS IS WHERE IS

IEMME ARGO F Wave soldering machine

Year: 2006

Wave Soldering System IEMME ARGO F Year 2006 Product: used Price is negotiable

Used ATF 13/24 Wave soldering machine

Year: 2012

"Double wave soldering system brand: ATF 13/24, year of manufacture 2012, almost as good as new, as little used, incl. 2 soldering frames, 2 solder shielding plates, base frame with panelling for ATF system. Technical data: Standard voltage: 230/400V 50/60Hz Original operating instructions available.

Heller 1707EXL Wave soldering machine

Year: 2006

Heller 1707EXL Manufactured in 2006 Regularly maintained by official distributor's service Meshbelt - can be rebuilt for pinchain conveying Available from Dec 2023 Until this still in use so inspection possible in northern Poland

Noustar NS-TW-350 LFI Wave Soldering Machine

Year: 2006

Noustar Wave Soldering Machine Machine is in working condition

Ersa ETS 330 Wave soldering machine

Year: 2006

Working width 330 mm
Number of pre-heating zones 3

Vitronics Soltec 6622CC Wave soldering machine

Year: 2006

Working width 457.2 mm
Number of pre-heating zones 3

SEHO 8140 PCS Wave soldering machine


Available is a working condition wave soldering machine. Nozzle needs maintenance. Located in the Baltics.


Understanding Wave Soldering Machines in the Exapro Electronics Marketplace

At Exapro, we connect professionals with top-tier industrial machinery solutions. Within our extensive offerings, the category of Electronics includes essential equipment for Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs), specifically Wave Soldering Machines. Let’s explore what these machines entail, their importance, and why Exapro is the ideal marketplace for buying or selling them.

What are Wave Soldering Machines?

Wave soldering machines are vital in the assembly of PCBs, particularly for through-hole components. This process involves passing the PCB over a wave of molten solder, which simultaneously solders all the components to the board. Wave soldering is essential for achieving reliable solder joints in a high-volume production environment, making it a cornerstone of electronics manufacturing.

Types of Wave Soldering Machines

  1. Conventional Wave Soldering Machines: Utilize a single wave of solder to solder through-hole components. They are suitable for a variety of PCB sizes and complexity.
  2. Selective Wave Soldering Machines: Feature multiple solder waves or nozzles to selectively solder components on densely populated boards or mixed-technology PCBs.
  3. Lead-Free Wave Soldering Machines: Designed to work with lead-free solder, which requires higher temperatures and different handling techniques compared to traditional leaded solder.

The Exapro Advantage: Buying & Selling Wave Soldering Machines

Navigating the world of used industrial machinery can be challenging, but Exapro simplifies the process. For those looking to purchase, the key benefits are manifold.


Acquiring new wave soldering machines can be a significant financial commitment, especially for small businesses or start-ups. Through Exapro, professionals can obtain these machines at a fraction of the cost of new ones, ensuring exceptional value for money. On our platform, the price range for used wave soldering machines typically lies between €10,000 and €100,000, reflecting the variety available in terms of age, brand, wear and tear, and additional features.

Quality Assurance

At Exapro, every listing undergoes a thorough evaluation process to ensure each piece of equipment is in excellent working condition and ready for its next operational chapter. This rigorous vetting process guarantees that even used machinery meets high standards of quality and reliability.

Market Reach

Wave soldering machines are crucial for efficient and reliable PCB assembly. Whether you're looking to invest in one or sell it, Exapro offers a platform that ensures convenience, reliability, and value. Embark on the future of electronics manufacturing with Exapro – where innovation meets tradition.

Main Advantages of Wave Soldering Machines

Wave soldering machines are indispensable in the electronics manufacturing industry due to their numerous benefits. Here are the main advantages:

High Throughput

Wave soldering machines can solder many components simultaneously, significantly increasing production speed and efficiency.

Consistent Quality

These machines provide uniform and reliable solder joints, reducing the risk of defects and ensuring high product quality.


For high-volume production, wave soldering is more cost-effective than manual soldering, reducing labor costs and increasing overall efficiency.


Modern wave soldering machines can handle a wide range of PCB types and sizes, making them valuable assets across various electronics manufacturing sectors.


By ensuring strong and reliable solder joints, wave soldering machines enhance the durability and performance of electronic assemblies.

Main Machine Parameters of Wave Soldering Machines

When evaluating or understanding wave soldering machines, several key parameters are considered to ensure they meet specific requirements. Here are the main machine parameters:

Solder Pot Capacity

The size and capacity of the solder pot, determining the volume of solder that can be handled and the machine's suitability for different production volumes.

Wave Height and Width

The height and width of the solder wave, affecting the machine’s ability to solder different PCB sizes and component layouts.

Conveyor Speed

The speed at which PCBs move through the machine, influencing production rates and thermal profiles.

Preheating Zones

The number and configuration of preheating zones, which prepare the PCB and components for soldering, improving solder joint quality and reducing thermal shock.

Temperature Control

The ability to precisely control and monitor temperatures in the preheating and soldering zones, ensuring consistent and reliable soldering.

Flux Application

The method and precision of flux application, crucial for achieving good solder joints and preventing defects.

Nitrogen Capability

Some wave soldering machines offer nitrogen atmosphere capability to reduce oxidation during the soldering process, improving solder joint quality.

Automation Level

The degree of automation, ranging from manual to fully automatic systems, affecting ease of use and operational efficiency.

Area of Use of Wave Soldering Machines

Wave soldering machines, given their versatility and capacity for high-quality soldering, find application in a multitude of areas. Here’s a rundown of the primary areas of use:

Consumer Electronics

Used for assembling PCBs in smartphones, tablets, computers, and other consumer electronic devices, ensuring high precision and reliability.

Automotive Industry

Essential for creating PCBs used in various automotive applications, such as engine control units, infotainment systems, and safety components.


Applied in the production of PCBs for communication devices and infrastructure, maintaining signal integrity and reliability.

Aerospace and Defense

Critical for producing high-precision PCBs used in aerospace and defense electronics, where reliability and performance are paramount.

Medical Devices

Used for manufacturing PCBs in medical equipment, ensuring compliance with stringent quality and safety standards.

Industrial Equipment

Applied in various industrial electronics applications, ensuring reliable performance in demanding environments.

Manufacturers of Wave Soldering Machines

Several renowned manufacturers in the electronics industry are known for their quality and innovation. Here are some prominent manufacturers of wave soldering machines:


A leading provider of soldering equipment, ERSA offers advanced wave soldering machines known for their precision and reliability.

Vitronics Soltec (ITW EAE)

Renowned for their high-performance wave soldering machines, Vitronics Soltec provides reliable and efficient thermal processing solutions for electronics manufacturing.

SEHO Systems GmbH

Specializes in innovative soldering solutions, offering high-quality wave soldering machines designed for precision and high-volume production.

JUKI Automation Systems

Known for their robust and versatile wave soldering machines, JUKI provides reliable solutions for various applications in electronics manufacturing.

Pillarhouse International

Offers advanced wave soldering technology, providing high-quality machines designed for precision and efficiency in electronics manufacturing.

Kurtz Ersa

Specializes in high-performance soldering machines, providing efficient and precise solutions for the electronics industry.

When considering a purchase or researching wave soldering machines, it's essential to look into these manufacturers' specific models, reviews, and after-sales service. Each brand has its strengths, specialties, and technological innovations that cater to different soldering requirements.


Wave soldering machines are invaluable assets in the electronics manufacturing industry, offering high-quality, cost-effective, and efficient solutions for reliable soldering of PCBs. Whether for consumer electronics, automotive, telecommunications, or aerospace applications, these machines ensure superior product quality and compliance with industry standards. With the support of Exapro, acquiring or selling wave soldering machines becomes a straightforward and reliable process, allowing businesses to focus on what they do best – producing exceptional electronic products.