What is Impregnation?
Vacuum impregnation enables metal and electronics parts to be fully sealed against fluids, gases and other external influences and ready for just-in-time assembly.
After impregnation, all parts are clean, free of corrosion or oxidation and are ready for use without post-treatment.
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Magna-Tech Manufacturing, now part of Henkel Corporation, North America
The acquisition of Magna-Tech Manufacturing in December 2015 expands Henkel’s role from a resin provider for vacuum impregnation in North America to one that also offers process center services and equipment solutions — adding to Henkel’s existing network of European and Asian process centers.
Magna-Tech functions as a subsidiary of Henkel Corporation, operating as part of its Adhesive Technologies business.
Henkel’s LOCTITE impregnation solutions provide resins that cure to an impermeable thermoset polymer, making it possibly to permanently seal pores to enable quality lightweight, thin-walled die-casted parts.