Powder hot isostatic pressing refers to the process of applying isostatic pressure to powder or powder compact at high temperature to combine powder sintering and isostatic pressing into one process. Often abbreviated as HIP.
The biggest advantage of HIP is that the pressed material has a good viscous flow under the action of high temperature and high pressure, and because it is uniformly pressed in all directions, it can operate at a lower temperature (generally 50% to 70% of the melting point of the material) And under lower pressure, products with fine grains, excellent microstructure, close to theoretical density and excellent performance can be obtained. HIP has become an advanced process for producing large-scale complex-shaped products and high-performance materials in modern powder metallurgy technology, and has been widely used in cemented carbide, cermet, powder metallurgy superalloy materials, powder metallurgy high-speed steel, powder metallurgy stainless steel, powder titanium Forming and sintering of alloys, etc.
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