Hot Isostatic Pressing Machines

Machinery & Machining Tools

Quick-Cycle HIPs Strengthen MIM/PIM Parts at Lower Cost

August 12, 2011

FRANKLIN, Tennessee, USA - Today, tens of thousands of structural parts are produced by powder injection molding (PIM) technology. Many of these are quite small (Microminiature PIM) components of electronic, medical, telecommunications and computing devices. Because of their small load-bearing areas, they require particularly high levels of tensile strength and hardness. PIM compacts are...Read More

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Hot Isostatic Press is ASME safety certified.

March 19, 2010

Reaching temperatures of 2,285°F and pressures up to 30,000 psi, hot isostatic press offers load capacity of 18.5 in. in dia, 56 in. in length, and 800 lb. Advanced uniform rapid cooling capability of unit reduces processing time for each HIP cycle increasing throughput. Rapid cooling rates are 175-200°/min with 750-800 lb. load. Read More

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Bodycote Responds to Demand Shift to Powder Metal from Large, Long Lead Time Forgings with Avure Hot Isostatic Press Purchase

June 25, 2008

KENT, Wash., June 11 -- Avure Technologies, Inc. is now constructing an extremely large Hot Isostatic Press (HIP) system, scheduled for installation at the Bodycote facility in Surahammar, Sweden in late 2009. The Surahammar system will be larger in size than Bodycote's two HIPs at their processing facility in Camas, Washington, USA. This order is further evidence of a growing demand for powder...Read More

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Press Production Unit offers interchangeable furnaces.

April 10, 2002

Hot Isostatic Press Production Unit (HIP) applies uniform pressure at elevated temperatures to all surfaces, making it suitable for castings, ceramics, plastics, automotive, and aerospace industries. Inside diameters range from 50 to 1,500 mm. Units contain pressures from vacuum to 3,000 bar and temperatures up to 4,000 deg F. They offer cascade control and fast cooling or uniform fast cooling to optimize heat/cooling rates.Read More