Durable Sinter Hip Furnace/Periodic Heating/Hard Alloy Dewaxing Furnace
What is Sinter-HIP?
Sinter-HIP is a method of thermal consolidation for cemented carbide wherein the simultaneous application of heat and pressure fully consolidates the carbide during the sintering process. It results in a product that contains little or no porosity, thereby producing a component that is as close to full theoretical density as possible.
Cemented Carbide, precision ceramic, stainless steel, Iron-based alloy, Copper-based alloy, high density alloy, tungsten-nickel alloy, tungsten-copper alloy, titanium alloy, carbon atmosphere-sensitive metal products.
Vacuun dewaxing, H2 dewaxing, vacuum heating, heating with gas mixture(CO2 /CH4/H2), heating flowing gas, heating pressure gas, rapid cooling.
Using specialized vacuum pumping systems, binder traps and condensers, plus engineered gas delivery systems, Ruideer Sinter HIP furnaces provide closely controlled vacuum, partial pressure and HIP atmosphere control from vacuum up to 100 bar. If required, temperatures can be managed by multiple zone heating and control for superior uniformity and product quality.