Potting (Vacuum) Impregnation Process

potting impregnation (vacuum potting & enscapulating)

Potting is performed when an object is prepared with a mold or a base and then pre-heated. The resin is then potted into the component and the mold is pressed into the bore or the resin is injected from the bottom with a vacuum if the mold is already in place. The object is transferred to an oven to cure and the mold is pulled out.


Advantages of Potting Impregnation


  • highest quality of the parts 
  • two components material usage
  • no void in the potting mass
  • low temperature curing

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