Flow Soldering

When a printed circuit board has a medium to high number of conventional or through hole components to fit on a single sided PCB, flow solder can automate the manual process of inserting and hand soldering the parts. Flow or Wave soldering is a bulk soldering process used for soldering through hole components to a printed circuit board. The name is derived from the use of waves of molten solder to attach components to the PCB. The circuit board is passed over a bath of molten solder in which a pump produces an upwelling of solder that looks like a standing wave. As the circuit board makes contact with this wave, the components become soldered to the board. This process is ideally used for single sided PCB's.

As a trusted UK manufacturer, Pulsar Manufacturing produce high quality, ATEX and ISO certified products. From the very beginning of the design process and  prototype manufacture, right through to volume orders, our skilled and knowledgeable team are more than equipped to ensure single sided PCB's are of the highest quality and upmost reliability. The Flow Solder technique, coupled with our rigorous and routine testing ensures that all products that come off the line at Pulsar Manufacturing go above and beyond standard expectations of our customers.