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Case Study: Choosing the Right Vacuum Impregnation Program

Posted by Andy Marin on Thu, Sep 17, 2020 @ 03:15 PM

In 2008, a North American motorcycle OEM decided to insource their vacuum impregnation requirements to reduce manufacturing costs. The OEM considered multiple sealant and equipment technologies. The company was sold on equipment that claimed to eliminate wastewater discharge, seal castings at a better rate, and would require minimal adjustments, maintenance, and repair. The equipment selected used a recycling sealant.

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Video: CAPi Walkaround

Posted by Andy Marin on Thu, Aug 06, 2020 @ 09:05 AM

The Continuous Advanced Powertrain Impregnation system (CAPI) allows high volume OEM and suppliers to have the benefits of vacuum impregnation in a simple, easy to use machine.  In our latest video, Johnny Impreg discusses how the system effectively seals die casting leak paths while eliminating contamination and damage.

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Video: API System Seals Transmission Cases

Posted by Andy Marin on Fri, Jun 12, 2020 @ 08:46 AM

Back by popular demand, John Halladay (aka Johnny Impreg) shows our latest vacuum impregnation system, the Advanced Powertrain Impregnation system (APi). The APi allows powertrain manufacturers to have the benefits of vacuum impregnation in a simple, easy to use machine. 

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Video: Continuous Flow Impregnation System Walk Around

Posted by Andy Marin on Tue, Feb 04, 2020 @ 01:31 PM

Godfrey & Wing's Continuous Flow Impregnation (CFi) system seals porosity in a short cycle time with minimal labor. In this video, John Halladay (aka Johnny Impreg) will show you some of his favorite features:

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Advanced Powertrain Impregnation (Video)

Posted by Andy Marin on Wed, Jul 13, 2016 @ 10:00 AM

Our new Advanced Powertrain impregnation (APi)  system simplifies and compacts the vacuum impregnation process so that you can bring vacuum impregnation equipment in house.  The APi takes our patented front loading technology and increases the impregnation chamber for large parts-like engine blocks or powertrain transmission cases.
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When to Use a Traditional Batch System Vacuum Impregnation?

Posted by Andy Marin on Wed, Jun 08, 2016 @ 05:11 PM

Years ago and even today, Batch System Vacuum Impregnation was the most common vacuum impregnation system. Despite a recent shift towards Single Piece Part Flow (i.e. HVLV, CFI, APi, and EcoSeal), there is still value in Batch System Vacuum Impregnation.   Bottom line, the advantages of this process is that it is the best solution to provide capacity-multiple amounts of product can be serviced in one cycle.

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Don´t Hesitate to Use Vacuum Impregnation

Posted by Jorge Sigala on Tue, Jun 04, 2013 @ 10:16 AM

I often meet with potential customers who are hesitant to implement a vacuum impregnation process for a variety of reasons. In this article, I will discuss the most common reasons as well as provide some explanation as to why and how a vacuum impregnation program can benefit your business.

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