Specializes in the design and manufacturing of mass soldering equipment for the global circuit board assembly market. Products are covering the Reflow, Wave and Selective Soldering markets. Vitronics Soltec is designing and manufacturing equipment in two factories; Camdenton, MO in the USA, and Suzhou in China. Direct sales and support centers are located in the United States, Holland, Germany, Singapore, Malaysia, Korea and Shanghai.
The Centurion reflow soldering oven is the latest evolution in a long history of reflow systems that have proven their capability worldwide and established a reputation for superior reliability.
Vitronics Soltec’s Delta X wave soldering machine has evolved over generations of equipment, with thousands of machines operating worldwide.
The ZEVAv is designed for high volume selective soldering with Multiwave and Selectwave capabilities. It’s what you need today to meet the growing challenges of high yields, cost effective production and process control.
The ZEVAm+ brings superior fine-pitch selective point-to-point soldering with Bridge Prevention Technology, non-wettable nozzles, and the ability to solder under an angle.
About Vitronics Soltec
Founded in 1916 as ZEVA in the Netherlands, the company was a pioneer in the field of industrial soldering. Vitronics Soltec’s first major product was the electric soldering iron.
With production of the circuit board in the 1950’s, new soldering methods were needed and the first “Wave Soldering System’ was introduced. In the 1970’s, ZEVA introduced a complete line of automatic wave soldering machines. Then, in the 1980’s, ZEVA changed its name to Soltec, and the company continued to grow with the expanding electronics industry.
In 1989, Soltec introduced reflow soldering systems to serve the growing surface mount technology (SMT) market. In 1997, Soltec merged with Vitronics Corporation of Newmarket, NH, one of the world’s leading suppliers of SMT reflow soldering technology. The newly formed company became Vitronics Soltec and move to Stratham, NH. In 2011, the company moved its North American headquarters to Hampton, NH. Since the formation of Vitronics Soltec in 1997, the company has led the industry with numerous technical achievement and advances.