Metal Resin Impregnation Service

Resin impregnation refers to the sealing of porosity which occurs in manufacturing processes such as casting and sintering. Through vacuum and/or pressure methods, polymer resin is forced into the porosity and then cured to form a pressure tight part.

Advantages

  • Eliminates porosity
  • Eliminates bleedout
  • Impregnation prior to electroplating, lacquering, and baked enamel finished eliminates bleedout from acid etches and electrolytes. Gassing and blistering by materials absorbed into the porosity is also eliminated

Applications

  • Powder Metal Parts
  • Castings