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Quintus® Monoblock Laboratory warm isostatic pressing Systems

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Laboratory Warm Isostatic Pressing (LWIP) systems are designed for small-scale compaction of a variety of powdered based ceramic materials optimizing the materials micro-structure with regards to porosity and interface properties. These compact, self-contained units are efficient, convenient, and economical systems. They are used for basic research, feasibility, and prototyping studies of powder based materials with low temperature binding agents.

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