Webinar - State of the art Hot Isostatic Pressing for Advanced Ceramics

Find out about the potential for doubling HIP productivity and performing in-HIP tailoring of material properties, when using fully steered and uniform rapid cooling, URC®, while fully densifying your ceramic components in the pursuit of optimum strength, reliability, optical and dielectric properties.

Quintus and URC for Advanced Ceramics

The need for Advanced Ceramics is rising in most sectors today as the unique properties such
as hardness, electrical properties, and corrosion resistance, can take the performance of most
applications to the next level. This is true for everything from electrical vehicles and wind
turbines to laser, x-ray sensors and transparent armor.

Silicon nitride bearings, zirconia toughened alumina medical implants, YAG lasers and
transparent cubic and noncubic ceramics are just some examples where hot isostatic pressing
will enable optimal performance and functionality to polycrystalline Advance Ceramics components.

Introducing steered cooling to the HIP process will open for substantial gain in productivity and
possibilities for tailoring of unique properties.

In-HIP Rapid Cooling of High-Strength Silicon Nitride

This paper, discussing HIP silicon nitride, HIPSN, regarding the potential for increased HIP productivity and cost reductions, tailoring grain boundaries and maximizing HIP heater life.

In-HIP Rapid Cooling of High-End Zirconia Toughened Alumina, ZTA

We explore the possibilities for increase in productivity that come from using Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) combined with Quintus Uniform Rapid Cooling, URC®, in the manufacturing of Zirconia Toughened Alumina, ZTA, for high performance, high reliability applications such as medical implants.

HIP of Polycrystalline (PX) Translucent and Transparent Ceramics

We explore the prerequisites for realizing transparency for polycrystalline ceramics and the
possibilities this brings to the field of laser host materials, x-ray detectors and the use of novel
additive manufacturing techniques.

Webinar - State of the art Hot Isostatic Pressing for Advanced Ceramics

Find out about the potential for doubling HIP productivity and performing in-HIP tailoring of material properties, when using fully steered and uniform rapid cooling, URC®, while fully densifying your ceramic components in the pursuit of optimum strength, reliability, optical and dielectric properties.