Impregnation (resin impregnation): The process in which the casting cavities emerging during the casting of parts produced by means of casting and injection are filled with a special resin under vacuum and the parts emerging after hardening with polymerization at low temperature are prepared for reuse.

Dimensions of the vacuum surge tank:: 1mt x 1,4mt

Resistance up to ( -50 ƒC ) and + 250 ƒC in all impregnated materials

With impregnation, casting pieces gain the following advantages:

  • Sealing
  • Improvement in coating quality
  • Improvement in paint quality
  • Preventing corrosion

What is impregnation?
The pores and casting cavities emerging on the surface in the process following the casting (CNC milling and drilling) increase the risks for sealing. The sealing qualities provided by the impregnation remove the negative effects on the parts caused by the micro-pores emerging during casting and ensure that production efficiency is at the highest level possible by minimizing leakage.

Blind pores
Due to their corrosion formations, blind pores cause the coatings to be decomposed and the paint to blister.


Closed pores
If there is no machining on the part, closed pores do not pose any problems.


Through pores
They cause gas or liquid leakage and for sealing-purpose parts to be decomposed.