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Impregnation behavior

Impregnation behavior describes the ability of the potting material to flow easily into gaps and fill the voids of the part to be potted, e.g. winding goods. The impregnation property of the material is very important to avoid air bubbles inside the part and thus better electrical insulation and better heat elimination. The impergnation of the material could be increased by potting under vacuum.