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  • Vacuum Impregnation at Anoplate
    that impregnation is not intended to make good castings out of poorly cast components, ones with a gross size or quantity of imperfections. It will not increase the strength of a cracked or unsound casting. Continuous porosity extends completely through the wall of the casting. Enclosed porosity
  • The Effect of Mounting Technique on the Microstructure of Thermal Barrier Coating (TBC) (.pdf)
    of relationships between high and low viscosity mounting epoxies exposed to vacuum impregnation, pressure impregnation procedures (PIP), and the combined methods is the goal of this paper. This study will attempt to show how variations in sample mounting procedures will affect the final results
  • Connectors stand up to corrosion
    Vacuum impregnation locks out elements that lead to corroded connections. The vacuum-impregnation process starts with placing the electronic connectors, assemblies, or entire wiring harnesses in a wire basket that lowers into a resin chamber. The chamber is then evacuated. This forces air trapped
  • Lube it for life
    are normally produced with about 15% porosity by volume. To boost mechanical properties the material is impregnated by vacuum pressure with thermal-setting resins, metals, or inorganic salts. All three boost lubricating properties but provide other qualities as well. The most common thermalsetting
  • Squeaks happen: A little grease might do the trick
    a silicone-based grease for parking-brake cables. To lubricate sintered bearings, Nye recommends a complete impregnation process rather than a lubricating oil. To quiet a squealing HVAC motor, Nye engineers use a complete impregnation process, saturating its bearings with oil in a vacuum chamber
  • Now aluminum tools can replace steel in high-volume molding
    A plasma electrolytic oxidation (PEO) process from transforms aluminum tool surfaces into a chrome-free complex ceramic composite. This lets aluminum tooling replace steel in molding processes ranging from less aggressive blow molding and vacuum forming, to injection and resin-bonded sand core

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