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Tech Talks - Research Institute of Sweden

Listen to Research Institute of Sweden talking about Aluminium alloys for Additive Manufacturing.

   

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Webinar - The use of High Pressure Heat Treatment for Titanium alloys
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Webinar - The effect of HIP and High Pressure Heat Treatment on investment cast super alloys
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White Paper - HIP of Polycrystalline (PX) Translucent and Transparent Ceramics
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White Paper - HPP Non-Thermal Post Packaging: Brand Protection

“Food Recall” – there are not many other words that will cause concern in the life of any food enterprise. Whether your food company is just starting in a controlled market rollout, or it has been in business for many decades and does business in multiple geographies, we can all agree that experiencing a food recall is never a part of any mission statement. At Quintus Technologies we have a saying, “preventing a problem is always better than fixing one”. That is the simple philosophy behind high pressure processing (HPP) solutions.

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White Paper - The Advantage of Combining Hot Isostatic Pressing and Heat Treating Cycles in Additively Manufactured Components
Additive Manufacturing (AM) is a disruptive technology that enables design freedom that legacy manufacturing techniques struggle to provide affordably. Adoption of AM has been slowed ...
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Quintus The Ultimate Heat Treatment Solution Brochure
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White Paper - HPP In-House HPP vs Outsourcing

Congratulation on taking the first step with HPP! For thousands of regional and start up food and beverage marketers, in addition to several long established national and global food producers, the decision to adopt HPP for some or for all their products, has become easier to make in the last decade.

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Hot and Cold Isostatic Pressing for the Ceramics Industry
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Cold Isostatic Pressing (CIP) has been used globally formany years. CIP is used to consolidate metal and ceramic powders to make a “green” part that ...
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Tech Talks - F357 University of Arizona & SLM Solutions
Take the chance to learn about high speed printing of Aluminium F357 in a Quintus Tech Talk with two industry icons from the University of ...
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Data Sheet - HPP QIF 150L for the Food Processing Industry

High Pressure Processing (HPP) A strive to reduce waste in the food supply chain is addressing the most important global challenges we are facing today, such as carbon footprint and food shortage. The HPP non-thermal method is recognized for inactivating foodborne pathogens and offering longer refrigerated shelf life, without impact to taste or nutrition impact which can be the case for other kinds of food processing.

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One can heal defects of large casting parts in a Quintus Modular HIP
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HIP for the casting industry Today, Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) is standard practice for eliminating pores to improve the material properties of high-end castings. Thanks ...
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High Pressure Heat Treatment of PM parts by HIP White Paper
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Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) is a proven technology that has been developed and refined for over 60 years. By combining high temperature and high gas ...
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Brochure - HPP Supporting Baby Foods

High pressure preservation is a scientifically proven, cost effective way to ensure the safety of fresh refrigerated baby foods, while preserving all their nutrients, flavors, and functional attributes.

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White Paper - Optimized HIP and Heat Treatment for Fatigue Strength of Additively Manufactured Ti6Al4V
Critical components made of high-performance materials subjected to fatigue loads have extreme demands on qualification and production control. Additive Manufacturing is now an increasingly important ...
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HIP Perfects the Properties of Your 3D Printed Parts White Paper
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Hot isostatic pressing supporting the casting industry
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Brochure - HPP Supporting Pet Foods

High pressure preservation is a scientifically proven, cost effective way to ensure the safety of raw and freeze dried pet foods. As a premium non-thermal    minimal processing technique, HPP eliminates pathogens of concern while keeping vitamins and enzymes intact, thus providing the bioavailability of nutritional compounds.

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Brochure - Quintus Care Program for Hot Isostatic Presses
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Experience Trouble-Free Operations. Preventing a problem is always better than fixing one. That’s the simple philosophy behind Quintus Care Program (our Service Contracts). The program ...
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Brochure - HPP Supporting Ready Meals

High pressure preservation is a scientifically proven, cost effective way to ensure the safety and highest quality attributes of RTE and RTC meals. As a premium non-thermal minimal processing technique, HPP eliminates pathogens of concern while keeping intact nutritional and organoleptic benefits – even during the extended shelf life. That is because HPP does not affect bioactive components and covalent bonds.

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White Paper - Developments in Post Treatment Technologies
 The field of material science is moving forward rapidly as new ways to tailor the microstructures of various materials are being developed. High Pressure Heat ...
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Webinar - Near Net Shape (NNS) Technologies for the offshore industry, using HIP
Oil and gas production entails the use of materials in very harsh and demanding environments. There are several technologies employed to produce near net shape ...
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Brochure - Quintus Care Program for HPP Food Presses

Experience Trouble-Free Operations Preventing a problem is always better than fixing one. That’s the simple philosophy behind the Quintus Care Annual Services and Support Program. It is designed to provide you with a trouble free operation by reducing unscheduled downtime, freeing up capital otherwise tied up in in parts inventory, eliminating the guess work on when and which parts to have onsite, and giving you a guaranteed way of securing ongoing professional HPP Technical Services and HPP Applications Support.

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Webinar - HIP in the Space Industry
​​​​​Light weight, heat resistant and fatigue resistant structures are needed to ensure secure and economically attractive missions, and here, Hot Isostatic Pressing plays a key ...
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Brochure - Quintus® Compact HIP Systems
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Customer Conversations - Sauber Engineering
Discover how Sauber Engineering use hot isostatic pressing for their AM solutions
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Brochure - HPP Supporting Plant Based Foods

High pressure preservation is the perfect non-thermal method to protect the delicate characteristics of plant based foods such as fruit and vegetable based dips (guacamole, salsas, tzatziki, etc.), spreads, ready-to-eat wet salads (hummus, potato salads, etc.), dressings and marinades, condiments, meat analogues, and non-dairy cheese. HPP inactivates foodborne pathogens and retards the growth of spoilage microorganisms, thus extending the shelf life and ensuring food safety.

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Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) has been used for several decades within different industries for a wide variety of applications. During the recent years HIP has ...
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Brochure - HPP Supporting Meat Products

High pressure processing is a cost effective way to ensure meat products are free from pathogens such as Listeria monocytogenes, Salmonella, pathogenic E. coli., and Campylobacter. As the water pressure is distributed omnidirectionally it allows for uniform and instant microbiological efficacy throughout the product regardless of product size.

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