Material Densification

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.

Benefits of Material Densification

Material densification enables companies to create materials and components with higher performance and durability. Quintus Technologies high pressure offers leading solutions to companies wishing to improve their productivity and create high-quality products.

Improved material properties

Material densification can improve the strength, durability, and wear resistance of materials, making them more suitable for a wider range of applications.

Reduced material waste

By densifying materials, manufacturers can use less material to achieve the same desired properties, reducing material waste and overall production costs.

Enhanced production efficiency

Material densification can increase production efficiency by reducing the need for secondary processing steps, such as machining, welding, or joining, ultimately saving time and costs.

Enhanced sustainability

By using less material and improving material properties, densification can help reduce the environmental impact of manufacturing processes, making them more sustainable.

Product categories

Mostly used in

Aerospace

Medical implants and tools

Service Providers

Vehicles

Space

Defence

Energy & storage

Consumer Electronics

Aerospace

Medical implants and tools

Service Providers

Vehicles

Space

Defence

Energy & storage

Consumer Electronics

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Cold Isostatic Pressing (CIP) entails subjecting components or powder in moulds to extreme isostatic pressure, up to 600 MPa (87,022psi) and at ambient temperature. Common pressure media include water, emulsion or oil and in some cases components my be bagged.

HIP uses a furnace inside a pressure vessel. Very high pressure gas, usually argon at elevated temperature, is used to consolidate material and remove internal defects such as porosity and microcracks. As HIP uses temperatures very close to those used for heat treatment, creep and diffusion occur, along with mechanical deformation of defects due to extreme external pressure.

Warm Isostatic Pressing (WIP) entails subjecting components or powder in moulds to extreme isostatic pressure, up to 600 MPa (87,022psi) and at ambient temperature. Common pressure media include water, emulsion or oil and in some cases components my be bagged.

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“HIP for free”: Speed printing unleashed

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Latest developments in state-of-the-art capabilities in HIP/HPHT™ for advanced ceramics

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Isostatic Pressing for Advanced Technical Ceramics

Customer Stories

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Warm Isostatic Pressing: From lab to pilot to production of all-solid-state batteries

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White paper

“HIP for free”: Speed printing unleashed

Webinar

Latest developments in state-of-the-art capabilities in HIP/HPHT™ for advanced ceramics

Brochure

Isostatic Pressing for Advanced Technical Ceramics

Customer Stories

Saab Dynamics and PartnerTech Karlskoga secure continuous production with Quintus Cold Isostatic Pressing System upgrade

Timo Rabe - Quintus Webinar Warm Isostatic Pressing for All-solid-state Batteries
Webinar

Warm Isostatic Pressing: From lab to pilot to production of all-solid-state batteries

Technical Publication

High Pressure Prepares Parts for Space

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