Wallwork Group invests GBP 10M in HIP centre at Bury

Wallwork Group is establishing a GBP 10M, state-of-the-art Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) centre at its Bury site. The first of the new HIP machines is expected to be fully operational in September 2023.

Quintus Technologies are currently completing the installation of the first of Wallwork’s HIP machines. Quintus has over 2000 systems working worldwide in industries including aerospace, energy, medical implants, space, automotive, Additive Manufacturing, Powder Metallurgy, castings and food processing.

The design phase for the new HIP centre began during the pandemic and presented many unforeseen challenges for Wallwork and the team at Quintus Technologies.

As well as its Bury facility, the company also has sites in Cambridge, Birmingham and Newcastle.

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