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HIP eliminates scrap loss and casting defects for less than 10 cents per pound

For decades, Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) has been used successfully by manufacturers around the world to increase productivity. HIP is used to eliminate pores and remove casting defects, i.e. oxides and carbides, to dramatically increase the material properties.

Learn how HIP can help you lower your costs and increase your earnings!

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Watch the video: Eliminate your scrap loss and casting defects for just 10 cents per pound!

Peter Henning, Business Unit Manager at Quintus Technologies explain how.

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Hot Isostatic Pressing Eliminates Casting Defects and Scrap Loss for as Little as 0.10 USD/lb.

by Dr. Johan Hjarne

Rapid cooling has drastically reduced HIP operating costs, and interest in insourcing the technology grows every year. For a large-production HIP unit used for castings of steels, ductile cast iron, titanium, or aluminum, the HIP cost is approximately 0.10-0.15 USD/lb, depending on material. This cost should be compared with the expense and time spent on NDT, weld repairs, and high scrap rates, which to a large extent can be excluded when HIP is applied.

Hot Isostatic Pressing: Supporting the Casting Industry

For decades, Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) has been used successfully by manufacturers around the world. HIP is used to eliminate casting defects such as pores, which dramatically increase the material properties.

Anhui Yingliu Group Huoshan Casting Co. Ltd.

Read our reference case to find out how three of Quintus’s Hot Isostatic Presses with Uniform Rapid Cooling  are supporting Anhui’s Yingliu’s Climb to the top of the casting markets.

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