Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) is a process to densify powders or cast and sintered parts in a furnace at high pressure (100-200 MPa) and at temperatures from 900 to 1250°C for example for steels and superalloys.

For more information on Hot Isostatic Pressing, EPMA has a short introduction here.

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