September 3, 2014
|Stephen Hynes, Marketing Director, Ultraseal|
Coventry, UK (rushPRnews) 09/03/14 — Ultraseal International, a global leader in providing solutions to the problem of porosity in cast metal parts, is to tell diecasters how to ensure leak-free parts when it exhibits at Ankiros 2014 in Turkey.
The innovator in the technique of vacuum impregnation with porosity sealants will be at Stand E220 in Hall 2 of the exhibition which is being held on September 11th - 13th in the Tuyap Fair & Congress Center in Istanbul.
Senior managers from the company will explain how automotive suppliers can produce leak-free parts by using vacuum impregnation as a routine quality enhancement rather than as a remedial process.
With diecasting forecast to grow in Turkey over the next five years, and with the automotive markets becoming increasingly important in the country, Ultraseal International is expecting a great deal of interest from visitors to the show.
"No manufacturer wants to be faced with punitive compensation claims or, even worse, a product recall because a part has failed through developing a leak path as a result of porosity.
"Porosity is a phenomenon that occurs naturally during the diecasting process so it makes sound economic sense to adopt routine vacuum impregnation on parts that have to remain leak-free under pressure, such as engine blocks."
Ultraseal will be co-exhibiting with its long-standing Turkish distributor, Petrofer, on their diecasting side stand at the Ankiros exhibition, which is the 12th International Iron-Steel and Foundry Technology, Machinery & Products Fair.
Petrofer will also have a separate stand in the Iron & Steel section on Ankiros.
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