Trickle impregnation occurs when a rotor or stator is placed on rotating tools. The resin is then tricked with the desired amount onto the rotating and pre-heated windings of the object. Once the object is treated, it moves into an over and is cured. This varnish trickle impregnation process is suitable for electrical motors and generators. Advantages of the Trickle Impregnation Process lowest resin consumption high percentage of filling grade clean and automatic process with varnish trick impregnation complete process monitoring availible perfect resin distribution and selection of resin application zones possibility to access narrowed zones (with inclination options) To learn more about trickling impregnation, contact us here today.
The impregnation method trickling offers numerous advantages: lowest resin consumption with a high degree of filling, a clean, automatic process that is completely monitored and a perfect resin distribution even in narrow areas in the windings. Impregnation technology increases also the thermal conductivity and also contributes to a positive environmental Balance.
Roll dipping is performed by placing the object (rotor or stator) on rotating tools. The resin is then sucked by the pre-heated windings through the slot while the surface is dipped into a resin bath. The object is then transferred into an over and is cured while rotating. Advantages low resin consumption high percentage of filling grad clean and automatic process process monitoring available perfect resin distribution and selection of resin application simple machine set up To learn more about roll dipping impregnation, contact us here today.
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 To learn more about potting impregnation, contact us here today.