Brazing

Many high-grade stainless steel, ceramic and aluminium products can only be manufactured in an economically- and environmentally sound manner using vacuum brazing.
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Sintering

Vacuum furnace technology now exists to debind and sinter in one process cycle, not only saving heat treaters time and money, but also resulting in superior, more consistent part quality.
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Additive Manufacturing

As part of an initiative to streamline production in the field of Additive Manufacturing and offer customers a complete three-dimensional (3-D) printing package, Ipsen and a global provider of 3-D printing machines and printed products began a partnership in 2013.
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AvaC - Acetylene Vacuum Carburizing

AvaC is a proven process for vacuum carburizing with acetylene. This paper highlights the most important advantages of this process, such as high carbon availability. Here, readers can go in-depth to learn how this new and cost-effective technology is yielding superior results.
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Nitriding and Nitrocarburizing

10 years ago, work began on the development of a gas nitriding and nitrocarburizing process control system capable of monitoring deviations in the gas atmosphere of the furnace. This paper discuss the use of process sensors and computer control systems to improve process consistency and repeatability in nitriding and nitrocarburizing.
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Heat Treating Stainless Steels

This paper introduces the SolNit industrial heat treatment process and its two versions: SolNit-M for martensitic and SolNit-A for austenitic stainless steels. Here, Ipsen illustrates how these processes allow low-grade stainless steel to be hardened and used in everything from surgical tools to household appliances.
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Thermochemical Diffusion

This paper reviews the latest developments in thermochemical diffusion processes, using different gaseous carburizing agents and increasing the carburizing temperature. Also discussed are the evolvement of nitriding and ferritic nitrocarburizing, as well as special thermochemical processes for stainless steels.
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Aluminum Vapor Deposition

This paper explains the characteristics of Ion Vapor Deposition (IVD) and outlines programs initiated at Air Force Logistics Centers verifying IVD aluminum can replace cadmium processing across the board. The Q-and-A also surveys best practices and offers insight into how the IVD aluminum coating process has advanced the Aerospace industry.
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Product by Process Matrix

At Ipsen, it's important the we match our customers with products that will get them the best possible results for their unique processes and requirements. Use our product by process matrix to help you determine which equipment best fits your needs.
View our heat treating products by process