Power generation and hot isostatic pressing: a match made in the laboratory. The complex machines powering our energy infrastructure rely on hot isostatic pressing to ensure all of the moving parts perform optimally and deliver power to our homes and businesses.
Hot isostatic pressing is commonly used in the production of the parts in natural gas turbines. Aeroderivative engines are one of two types of gas turbines used in power plants. These intricate machines were created using the jet engine as a model. These are generally smaller and produce less output than their bigger counterparts, heavy frame engines.
Recent innovations in technology have allowed gas turbines to have extraordinary fuel to power efficiency by operating at an incredibly high temperature. Hot isostatic pressing allows for components of these turbines to operate successfully.
Now, as we enter the third decade of the 21st century, hot isostatic pressing continues to provide solutions to power generation conundrums.
Isostatic Pressing Services, LLC is the Oregon City, Oregon, outpost of our family of companies. It’s also the newest of our locations. The others: Isostatic Toll Services (ITS) in Olive Branch, Mississippi, and American Isostatic Presses (AIP) in Columbus, Ohio.
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We’re happy to discuss your own hot isostatic pressing needs. Remember: With IPS, you’ll work from start to finish with friendly, experienced technicians who will assist you with optimizing your run parameters based on your specific product requirements.