Scheugenpflug, Inc.

Vacuum impregnation and encapsulation protects electromagnetic coils from corrosion and improves their electrical and mechanical properties. Read more...

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Scheugenpflug, Inc.

The performance of electronic components is compromised by factors such as bubbles in the potting medium. Increasing numbers of applications – particularly in the automotive and electronics
industries – therefore require completely bubble-free dispensing methods. This is where potting in a vacuum comes into focus. The widespread school of thought about this technology is... Read more...

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Scheugenpflug, Inc.

Increasing quality requirements and workpiece complexity, new degrees of freedom in design and engineering are just some of the many reasons to choose the vacuum potting process. Read more...

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Scheugenpflug, Inc.

Vacuum Follower Plate

The patented vacuum follower plate was designed specifically for feeding high viscosity potting material from a hobbock or pail and is used in the A220 and A280. The vacuum follower plate is made of polypropylene (PP), which guarantees appealing sliding and manufacturing characteristics that aid in the production process. In addition, PP provides exceptional... Read more...

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Scheugenpflug, Inc.

LED technology is increasingly replacing time-tested lighting sources such as halogen spotlights and fluorescent tubes. To achieve high quality lighting and long service life, LED modules are potted multiple times. This is usually done with vacuum processes, since it is the only way to ensure that the lens remains bubble-free and to effectively protect the LEDs against dirt and moisture. Read more...

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Scheugenpflug, Inc.

Vacuum bonding is a method patented by Scheugenpflug that enables bonding of delicate electronic assemblies without mechanical stress. Unlike conventional methods, this method does not use pressure pins, making it possible to process the electronic components carefully without the risk of damage or cracking. Read more...

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Technetics Group

ITER is one of the most ambitious energy projects in the world today. The high pressure vacuum vessel for the fusion process handles temperatures up to 300,000,000 degrees Celsius. Learn about the tokamak and Technetics part in the project in this brief video Read more...

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