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EPSI: CIP Production Units

January 19, 2004
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Engineered Pressure Systems, Inc. (EPSI) recently introduced its cold isostatic press (CIP) production unit. Designed for high productivity and low maintenance, EPSI's CIP is ideal for the ceramic, carbon, plastics and powder metals industries, and can be customized to suit application-specific needs. The CIP is capable of operating at pressures up to 100,000 psi (approximately 700 MPa) with control of pressurization and decompression. The result is products of uniform density, which reduces internal stresses, cracks, strains and laminations. The company's CIP is available in a variety of sizes, from pilot to large production units, and features top closure and load handling systems designed to meet customers' production requirements.

For more information, call (978) 469-8280 or (32) 3711-2464, or visit http://epsi-highpressure.com .

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