Hot Isostatic Pressing
HIP is a heat treatment method that uses high pressure to improve material properties. The pressure is applied by an inert gas (usually argon). After high temperature and high pressure treatment, plastic deformation, creep and diffusion can occur.
The Treatment With HIP
Under high temperature and high pressure, the parts with pores and closed defects are densified. The inevitable defects in the part preparation process are eliminated. During the inspection stage, the mechanical properties of the parts can be seen to be significantly improved.
Parts with complex structures can be formed in one step. No additional welding is required.
Using hot isostatic pressing technology to achieve bi-metallic bonding, so that different material properties can be bonded or wrapped together to face different conditions.