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Sinter HIPing

Air Products offers a variety of technical services, gas-based solutions and a full line of industrial gases—including argon and hydrogen for small and large volume users. Our applications engineers can work with you to understand your sinter HIPing process and recommend improvements that can help you optimise gas use and improve product quality.

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Gases

Sinter HIPing Gas Atmospheres

Air Products can provide various industrial gases for sinter-HIP (pressure-assisted sintering) applications, including argon and hydrogen. Hydrogen is primarily used to facilitate the removal of the binder material, while argon provides the pressure medium for densification and void removal.

Air Products can provide various industrial gases for sinter-HIP (pressure-assisted sintering) applications, including argon and hydrogen. Hydrogen is primarily used to facilitate the removal of the binder material, while argon provides the pressure medium for densification and void removal.

Audit Services/Leak Detection

Our applications engineers can work with your plant personnel to analyse and understand your entire process. Based on that analysis and your needs, they can recommend process improvement solutions that can help you enhance product quality and consistency, plus optimise gas use. Air Products' services include leak-checking, furnace profiling, analytical calibration, gas analysis process troubleshooting and overall process review.

Our applications engineers can work with your plant personnel to analyse and understand your entire process. Based on that analysis and your needs, they can recommend process improvement solutions that can help you enhance product quality and consistency, plus optimise gas use. Air Products' services include leak-checking, furnace profiling, analytical calibration, gas analysis process troubleshooting and overall process review.

Training

Training can include gas atmosphere safety, properties of gases, metal treating applications, NFPA 86, piping and flow control panel requirements and troubleshooting for atmosphere problems. This information can help keep your furnace operations safe and help prevent accidents.

Training can include gas atmosphere safety, properties of gases, metal treating applications, NFPA 86, piping and flow control panel requirements and troubleshooting for atmosphere problems. This information can help keep your furnace operations safe and help prevent accidents.

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