Warm Isostatic Presses

Quintus designs, produces and delivers warm isostatic pressing equipment from small monolithic systems to extremely large wire-wound machinery.

Scalable warm isostatic presses from Quintus

Warm Isostatic Pressing (WIP) is used to consolidate polymer, metallic and ceramic materials to ensure density and remove porosity in material. WIP is similar to CIP, but uses slightly elevated temperature, typically up to 170⁰C.

Warm Isostatic presses - Battery presses

Extreme temperature uniformity

Temperature control throughout the load is critical for many products that are produced using WIP. This is so as not to over-heat or under-heat products and to maintain quality throughout the batch. Here Quintus is the leader.

More efficient production

Quintus WIP equipment can be delivered in either vertical or horizontal loading configurations, from small scale equipment to extremely large production machinery. This scalability allows mass production at minimal cost.

Process media

Typical pressures from 1,035 to 6,000 bar (15,000 to 87,922 psi) at elevated temperature WIP can achieve high density components. Elevated temperature is used to relax materials to aid compaction.

The gamechanger for future energy storage

Warm isostatic pressing has been shown to be extremely important to achieve improved conductivity in future battery solutions.

How we help our customers

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Quintus Battery Presses for Solid-state Battery Research and Mass Production

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The Role of Isostatic Pressing in Large-scale Production of Solid-state Batteries

Customer Stories

View our customer conversation with Burloak Technologies

Quintus Battery Presses for solid-state battery research and mass production
Brochure

Quintus Battery Presses for Solid-state Battery Research and Mass Production

The Role of Isostatic Pressing in Large-Scale Production of Solid-State Batteries
White paper

The Role of Isostatic Pressing in Large-scale Production of Solid-state Batteries

View our customer conversation with Burloak Technologies
Customer Stories

View our customer conversation with Burloak Technologies

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Aerospace

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Energy & storage

Space

Aerospace

Vehicles

Defence

Medical implants and tools

Consumer Electronics

Service Providers

Energy & storage

Warm Isostatic Pressing (WIP) entails subjecting components or powder in moulds to extreme isostatic pressure, up to 600 MPa (87,022psi) and at ambient temperature. Common pressure media include water, emulsion or oil and in some cases components my be bagged.

When powder is subjected to high pressure in a mold, it can be compacted into a solid with a density of up to 95%, depending on the material used.

Related knowledge

Webinar

Latest developments in state-of-the-art capabilities in HIP/HPHT™ for advanced ceramics

Brochure

Isostatic Pressing for Advanced Technical Ceramics

Customer Stories

Saab Dynamics and PartnerTech Karlskoga secure continuous production with Quintus Cold Isostatic Pressing System upgrade

Timo Rabe - Quintus Webinar Warm Isostatic Pressing for All-solid-state Batteries
Webinar

Warm Isostatic Pressing: From lab to pilot to production of all-solid-state batteries

Technical Publication

High Pressure Prepares Parts for Space

Brochure

Quintus Battery press for solid-state battery research

Webinar

Latest developments in state-of-the-art capabilities in HIP/HPHT™ for advanced ceramics

Brochure

Isostatic Pressing for Advanced Technical Ceramics

Customer Stories

Saab Dynamics and PartnerTech Karlskoga secure continuous production with Quintus Cold Isostatic Pressing System upgrade

Timo Rabe - Quintus Webinar Warm Isostatic Pressing for All-solid-state Batteries
Webinar

Warm Isostatic Pressing: From lab to pilot to production of all-solid-state batteries

Technical Publication

High Pressure Prepares Parts for Space

Brochure

Quintus Battery press for solid-state battery research

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