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White Paper - Formability of Ti-6Al-4V at low temperature and high-pressure

An alternative new forming method to Hot forming has in this paper been evaluated, where an elevated pressure is used, combined with only a fraction of the temperature required at Hot forming or at Super Plastic Forming, SPF.

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White Paper - Hot Isostatic Pressing for PVD Sputtering Targets

Physical Vapor Deposition, PVD and sputtering technology is a true enabler for many of the products and applications encountered in daily life, in being able to produce functional thin films in the nano and low micrometer scale on most solid materials at low environmental impact.

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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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White Paper - HIP of Polycrystalline (PX) Translucent and Transparent Ceramics

There are four main advanced ceramics focus areas where Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) is a key
technology to achieve ultimate properties for the material system. In a series of White Papers,
we explore the possibilities and benefits that becomes available for these materials using
Quintus HIP and Uniform Rapid Cooling, URC®:

In this paper, “Hot Isostatic Pressing of Polycrystalline 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.

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

There are four main advanced ceramics focus areas where Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) is considered
to be a key technology in achieving ultimate properties for the material system. In a series of White
Papers, we explore the possibilities and benefits that becomes available for these materials using
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In this paper, 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
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White Paper - In-HIP Rapid Cooling of High-Strength Silicon Nitride

There are four main advanced ceramics focus areas where Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) is a key technology to achieve ultimate properties for the material system. In a series of White Papers, we
explore the possibilities and benefits that becomes available for these materials using Quintus HIP and Uniform Rapid Cooling, URC®.

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.

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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 - Introduction to HIP and HPHT

Hot isostatic pressing (HIP) is a process that densifies porosity and improves the mechanical properties of metal components. It is an essential production step in a wide range of industries where reliability is key. 

A new generation of HIP systems from Quintus Technologies with built-in heat treatment capabilities is offering a unique possibility to perform HIP and heat treatment in one cycle. These High Pressure Heat Treatment (HPHT) systems not only improve production and energy efficiency dramatically, but also brings new opportunities to improve material properties even further with new, tailored treatment processes. 

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White Paper - Hot Isostatic Pressing in Space – Essential Technology to Ensure Mission Safety

The space industry has seen a great deal of interest in recent years, with all major nations actively pursuing both civil and military space programs. In 2020, the global industry had grown to approximately $400 Billion, and the greatest growth was seen in the private sector. Market expectations are the overall Space market will reach $1 Trillion by 2030.

Mission critical components are processed using HIP to ensure integrity with significantly increased fatigue life, in the range of 10 to 100 times. Increased ductility and fracture toughness are also a result of defect healing. This technique has been utilised for many years on cast material and is becoming increasingly important for newer production methods such as additive manufacturing, or 3D printing.

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White Paper - Cut Cost and Lead Time in Jet Engine Production With Flexform Technology

High pressure Flexform technology from Quintus Technologies is the perfect choice for production of complex, high mix, low volume parts in nearly any metal alloys and thicknesses. The use of Flexform is increasing in the jet engine industry, offering possibilities to secure quality and repeatability, and at the same time save both time and costs in the production process.

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