As part of our efforts to offer improved solutions to the electronic, casting, and plastic industries, we have added an environmental sealing process known as impregnation to our services. Impregnation consists of sealing micro fissures with a resin in order to prevent liquid and gas filtrations to or from the interior or exterior of a part.
Our current innovative vacuum impregnation technologies have applications for a variety of industries that require environmental sealing such as:
Here are a few examples of products we impregnate:
Harnesses: Currently we impregnate different models of harnesses within our process in order to seal the micro fissures that the molded connectors can have and to seal the spaces between the filaments and the cables. This eliminates the risk of filtration to these components.
Connectors: We impregnate different models of connectors within our process in order to seal the micro fissures that can exist in molded, injected, or assembled parts. This eliminates the filtration that could deteriorate the terminals. These components are often used outside or as a connector between the exterior and an insulated environment. Impregnation eliminates the risk that there could be filtrations to the exterior or within the insulated environment.
Electronic Circuits: Currently, we work on impregnation projects for different electronic components, with the goal of sealing the micro fissures that could exist within them and thus eliminate filtrations and internal damage to the equipment. Impregnation eliminates the risk that there could be filtrations to the exterior or within this insulated environment. Some of the parts that can be sealed are sensors, encapsulated coils, thermistors, connectors, cables, harnesses, and others.