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Recycling Impregnation Sealants


Recycling sealant means that up to 90% of the impregnation sealant is recovered and ready for immediate reuse.  The sealant is collected from the wash tank and passed through the Ultraseal Sealant Recovery System (SRS) for retrieval and reuse.

The benefits of recycling sealant are:

 

  • reduced impregnation sealant consumption and resulting in more cost effective casting impregnation
  • reduced logistics and stocking costs
  • reduced effluent costs
  • reduced water consumption
  • superior performance compared to non-recycling sealants


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Conventional Impregnation Sealants

 

PC504/66

Toughness and flexibility alongside outstanding adhesive qualities make Ultraseal PC504/66 the most advanced non-recycling impregnation sealant of its kind in the world today.

Ultraseal PC504/66 methacrylate sealant is established as the benchmark for impregnation sealing performance and quality in a wide variety of industries and applications such as metal castings, transmission components, engine blocks, cylinder heads, and air conditioning compressors.

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Top Loading Machines

 

Top-loading vacuum impregnation equipment was the first to be used for impregnation and was originally based on a simple vacuum autoclave system with open tanks for the subsequent processes.

Simple top-loading vacuum impregnation machines remain widely used today and Ultraseal can supply standard batch processing machines for start-up and lower volume requirements, offering appropriate levels of process control.

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Front Loading Machines

 

Ultraseal International pioneered the world's first front-loading vacuum impregnation system to complement the majority of manufacturing worldwide which is conveyor-based.

Front loading vacuum impregnation equipment offers greater speed, control and significant health and safety advantages, as well as the key ability to be fully integrated into production lines.

The impregnation process can now be connected to the previous operation by simple conveyor, negating the need for auxiliary transport mechanisms.  Furthermore, the loading of each module is simplified, with no requirement for an overhead gantry or hoist.

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