What is HIP technology?
Hot isostatic pressing (HIP) is a manufacturing process based on applying high levels of pressure and temperature to mainly metal parts and components.
What sectors use HIP technology?
HIP is addressed to the most demanding sectors interested in manufacturing more reliable and precision components subjected to extreme working conditions.
What techniques do HIP presses use?
HIP is complementary and synergistic with different manufacturing techniques and is used to densify materials that require excellent mechanical properties.
Our range of HIP presses offers compact, versatile and efficient equipment without compromising on safety or performance. They have excellent performance and a competitive price. HIP technology allows our customers to approach highly demanding markets that require excellent mechanical properties.
Register here to follow the DioSiC Day live on 28 February at 11:00h.
Presentation of the DioSiC R&D project, which is pioneering research into the development of semiconductor chips on silicon carbide substrates, combining two densification technologies that use, in addition to high temperatures, high isostatic pressures (Hot Isostatic Pressing, HIP) and high current intensities (Spark Plasma Sintering, SPS).