Electrovert Wave Soldering

In the wave soldering industry, Electrovert® holds the industry reputation for having the most innovative technologies, best performance, highest reliability, and as being the best investment over a long product life cycle. Electrovert’s® Electra™, VectraElite™, and VectraES2™ are considered ‘best in class’ for a reason!


The Electra is an advanced wave soldering machine designed for high-mass and high volume manufacturers that require maximum performance and process flexibility for world-class soldering results.

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The VectraElite is the ideal wave soldering system for manufacturers that require fast changeover, process flexibility, and system reliability.

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The VectraES combine innovative technologies in an accessible, ergonomic platform and provides the technologies necessary to achieve a zero-defect process at the lowest possible cost of ownership.

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About Electrovert

Founded in 1951 in Montreal Quebec Canada, Electrovert is known globally as a premier manufacturer of wave soldering, reflow soldering, and precision cleaning equipment used in the printed circuit board assembly, semiconductor, and industrial manufacturing industries. 

Electrovert has a long history of product and industry-wide successes.  A leader in innovation and technology, Electrovert has issued over 400 patents.  Many of these designs are industry standards and have become integral to the success of the world’s largest OEM and contract electronics manufacturers.  Electrovert’s award winning technologies include:  DwellMax 4.0, DwellMax Plus and UltraFill nozzles for wave soldering; Intelligent Flux Control and IsoThermal Chamber Technology for reflow soldering; and Hurricane Jet and JIC spray technology for precision cleaning.  A core competency of Electrovert has been a focus on technologies that provide process solutions for high-end, demanding production environments.

The Electrovert brand name continues to be recognized as a global leader.  All of Electrovert’s wave, reflow, and precision cleaning machines are designed and built in the United States.  The state-of-the-art applications, training, and demo center located in Camdenton, Missouri includes all current models of equipment which are available for testing and demonstrations.