Vacuum Pressure Impregnation Process
What Is Vacuum Pressure Impregnation?
Vacuum Pressure Impregnation Process:
Benefits of VPI:
In traditional impregnation, varnishes can lose up to 50% of their volume in the curing process. The reduced volume leads to air pockets and gaps, making it more susceptible to damage and wear. The vacuum used in a VPI creates a more solid structure that can withstand:
VPI also accommodates longer insulation life and greater heat dissipation. Vacuum pressure impregnation is a more cost-effective solution as it extends the lifetime of products while saving energy.
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