HIP Heat Treatment

For You On The Path To Success With Pressure And Heat

HIP – Turning Good Things Into The Best Of Their Kind

If only the best is good enough, it all comes down to the fine details. We understand this better than most. Hot isostatic presses (HIP) change the core of materials and massively improve their mechanical properties by reducing pores in the material.

In Hinwil, we operate the most state-of-the-art HIP facility in Switzerland and help you get the most out of your products.

Benefits Of Hot Isostatic Pressing At Sauber Technologies

Customised material properties and heat treatments

Improved quality by reducing pores

Maximum process stability

Improved mechanical properties

Reduced tension of AM components

Fast and efficient production

High reliability

Longer and predictable service life

HIP, heat treatment & post-processing

No limits is also our aspiration. With our state-of-the-art HIP system and the right post-processing, we are able to significantly reduce the HIP cycle time whilst also increasing productivity – with parallel heat treatment. The result is a reduction in energy consumption and costs. Correct post-processing is crucial for productivity and efficiency in the HIP cycle, and subsequently increases the quality of the component. Quality control is our top priority throughout the entire HIP cycle.

No limits is also our aspiration. With our state-of-the-art HIP system and the right post-processing…
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Tried-and-tested procedure

Not just tried-and-tested, but outstanding. Hot isostatic pressing is an excellent procedure for enhancing additively manufactured parts. Defects in AM components are eliminated through sophisticated hot isostatic pressing, which greatly improves the mechanical properties of a product. The process is also used for diffusion welding of various metals and alloys and for compaction of titanium powders.

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Use in air and space travel

High-tech sectors such as the aerospace industry often use HIP to reinforce and enhance the material properties of titanium and other superalloys. HIP is the standard procedure for ensuring that turbine blades in aircraft engines have a longer and predictable service life. We have mastered this methodology, which will make your project one of the highest in its class.

High-tech sectors such as the aerospace industry often use HIP to reinforce and enhance the material…
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Why you should use HIP

100% theoretical density

  • Longer service life
  • Predictable service life
  • More lightweight construction

Improved material properties

  • Improved mechanical properties, e.g. with regard to wear, fatigue, ductility and abrasion
  • Reduced dispersion of properties
  • Reduced tension of AM parts

More efficient production

  • Reduction of up to 50% of energy consumption
  • Reduction of up to 90% of material costs

Possible applications

  • Automotive and aviation industry
  • Reduction tension due to temperature and pressure
  • Heat treatment by quenching
  • Large volumes of HIP Injection-moulded metal parts

Ultramodern machinery

HIP benchmark in Switzerland

for you

Our Quintus QIH 21 is one of the most cutting-edge systems and is the only one of its kind in Switzerland. It allows us to reach temperatures of up to 1,400°C and cool back down very quickly using quenching.

Win-win partnership

Quintus

Quintus Technologies from Sweden is one of the leading companies in the field of heat treatment using HIP. We are a proud partner of Quintus and are grateful to have the opportunity to make the facilities and expertise available to you.

Additive success begins with engineering

We will share our expertise and many years of experience with you in order to support you with challenging projects right from the word go.

3D metal printing for you

Find out more about how our services can be used.

Formula 1-technology

for legends

There are only two original Ferrari 340 America Barchetta in the world. In one of these legendary vehicles, the rear axle transmission broke. We had the pleasure of manufacturing the necessary spare part for our customer using metal 3D printing in AlSi10Mg and our internal mechanical production system, allowing the legend to take to the road and the racetrack once again.

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Got questions?

Roger Brüesch

Do you have any questions? Simply get in touch with me and I will be happy to advise you.