The impregnation process
Impregnation of metals serves to protect and seal against pressure, temperature and chemicals. With our metal impregnation systems, all impregnation processes take place under vacuum to achieve a pore-deep result. The parts are first evacuated dry to remove any residual moisture and air from the pores. Only then is the component flooded with resin and the container ventilated after a resting phase. This procedure ensures that the resin can be separated as far as possible and returned to the impregnation process.
Meier metal impregnation plant
Our impregnation plants can be universally adapted to all resin types. No matter if it is a resin that is heavier or lighter than water or if you want to use a resin that is recyclable. We have the right system concept for you whether it is porous castings, sintered or plastic parts or you want to seal parts to be joined.
The following plant types are available:
Manual: The entire process steps as well as the refilling of the media takes place by hand.
Semi-automatic: All processes as well as the refilling of the water into the washing and curing tanks run automatically. Only the opening and closing of the lids and the handling of the baskets is done manually.
Fully automatic: All processes are fully automatic. Only the goods carriers have to be brought to the feeding point and removed from the receiving point in order to be loaded and unloaded at an external point. Alternatively, we integrate a circulating conveyor and the baskets are loaded and unloaded directly on it.