Quintus Purus®, a novel toolbox for avoiding oxidation and discoloration in HIPing

Answering the call from industry, Quintus has continued the development of HPHT™ (High-Pressure Heat Treatment) to now also include functionality for clean-HIPing.


Utilising industry best practices for heat treatments of oxygen sensitive alloys to make sure the basics is in place for minimizing oxidation.

Software and hardware upgrade

Fully automized system bakeout routine, utilizing an in-situ HIP vessel gas sampling feedback loop, optimized for minimum process time and gas consumption.

Oxygen getter cassettes

HIP system specific getter cassettes, to use for components made from high oxygen affinity materials such as titanium and aluminium containing alloys.

Reducing oxidation for chromia formers and alpha-case thickness for titanium alloys

Quintus Purus®
Quintus Purus® Enabling clean processing in Hot Isostatic Pressing

Quintus PurusS® Offering a clean Hot isostatic Pressing atmosphere

Learn about the strategy and components of Purus®. Using best practices and the novel HPHT™ equipment capabilities, it is possible to produce repeatable and consistent component surfaces for all material systems.

Quintus Purus® Offering a clean Hot Isostatic Pressure

Quintus Purus® Enabling clean processing during Hot Isostatic Pressing

Read up on the basics for using Quintus Purus® toolbox. Get the short version of the concept and what can be in it for you.

Quintus Purus® Clean HIP Processing

We display how the capabilities it brings can help in reducing, and in many cases eliminating, surface oxidation and discolouration of part from the HIP process. We talk about the background to why, and how, it has been developed and the possibilities it brings for our HIP customers.

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