Cold Isostatic Pressing

Cold isostatic Pressing (CIP), is done at room temperature usually around 20 degrees and uses a mold made from an elastomer material like rubber, polyvinyl or chloride. The fluid in Cold Isostatic Pressing is usually water. The Cold Isostatic Press (CIP) in high quality version from Isostatic Press Manufacturer ABRA Fluid usually reach 1’000 bar to 6’000 bar fluid pressure during the process with a diameter range between 170 mm – 500 mm.

blog-cipsource: Pulvermetallurgische Fertigungstechnik

On the the picture is shown how the process works.

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