Soldering processes

Automation solutions for almost all soldering processes

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Soldering processes


Together with our specialised partners, we design, plan and build manual, semi-automated and fully automated systems for the following soldering processes in accordance with the respective process and customer requirements

inductive solder


In the case of induction soldering, a secondary or high-frequency power source is connected to a secondary coil, the soldering inductor. The alternating current flowing in the inductor induces a magnetic field, which produces eddy currents in joint partners at the soldering station, which cause the heating to be solder temperature. A prerequisite for this is that the soldering components are electrically conductive. To prevent the inductor from warming up, cooling water is pumped through the hollow coil wire. The induction solder allows the transfer of large amounts of energy.

resistance solder


During resistance soldering, heat is generated by electric current in a soldering station. A conductor flown by current warms itself by its resistance. The soldering method is predominantly used for soldering parts of unequal mass, some of the smaller parts on sheets having a high thermal conductivity. The electrical resistance is formed by the soldering station, which heats up directly. A solder paste containing flux and solder achieves that the electrical resistance at the soldering point is greatest. Text by