Hot Isostatic Pressing has become an indispensable post-processing technique for MIM. It eliminates residual porosity, improving fatigue, ductility, and fracture toughness. HIP also ensures high-quality machined surfaces. This article investigates the cost variables and explores HIPing options for achieving optimal material performance.
Material densification is a critical process for many manufacturing and materials processing applications. By using high-pressure techniques, materials such as metals, ceramics, and composites can be compressed to higher densities, resulting in increased mechanical properties and performance.
Quintus Technologies’ High Pressure Processing (HPP) is a natural, scientifically validated technology for food processing. HPP delivers food safety benefits, extends shelf-life, and maintains flavor, freshness, and nutrients. HPP uses ultra-high pressures instead of high temperatures and preservatives to inactivate foodborne pathogens, reduce waste, and deliver natural and nutritious.