Typical Cycles and Equipment Capabilities

Schematic of a typical HIP vessel
Big arrows show “Hot Isostatic Pressure” (Is the equal pressure from every direction)

Hot Isostatic Pressure

Equipment And Capabilities

equipment-images

Furnace
Working Diameter
Working Height
Temperature Capability
Pressure Capability
Heating Elements
Application: Aluminum, superalloy, powder alloys, stainless steel, nickel, carbide, titanium and more.
HIP 18 18″ 60″ 2350°F 15,000 PSI Moly Medical, fast turn-around on small runs, R & D, tungsten carbide and Diffusion Bonding
HIP 40 40″ 60″ 2300°F 15,000 PSI Moly Production runs, piggyback, large and large-diameter parts
HIP 46 46″ 80″ 2300°F 15,000 PSI Moly Economical for large parts and large production runs

 

Typical HIP Cycles

Material
Parameters
Alloys
Aluminum 950° / 2-6 hrs / 15ksi A201.A206
Aluminum 970° / 2-3 hrs / 15ksi 335. A335. 356. 357. A357. A201. A206
Titanium 1650° / 2 hrs / 15ksi1750° / 2-4 hrs / 15ksi C.P. Ti-6-4. Ti-6-4-4-2. TI-6-2-4-6. Ti-6-6-2
Steel 1950° / 2 hrs / 15ksi2100° / 3-4 hrs / 15ksi2125° / 3-4 hrs / 15ksi 304. 316. 321. 347. CF-8. CF-M. 15-5PH. 4130. 17-4PH. IN718. H13. RENE220. HSS4340
Superalloy 2050° / 3-4 hrs / 15ksi2125° / 2-4 hrs / 15ksi IN718. 13-8 MO
Superalloy 2165° / 4 hrs / 15ksi2175° / 4 hrs / 15ksi IN718. RENE77. RENE80
Superalloy 2200° / 4 hrs / 15ksi N-40. X-45. RENE77. IN713. RENE80. IN718.
Medical 2225° / 4 hrs / 15 ksi F75