Bodycote Specialist Technologies Deutschland GmbH of Haag-Winden at K 2019 in Düsseldorf -- K Trade Fair

Bodycote Specialist Technologies Deutschland GmbH

Kolbingerstr. 7, 83527 Haag-Winden
Germany
Telephone +49 8072 3754-0
Fax +49 8072 3754-20
HIP-DE@bodycote.com

Hall map

K 2019 hall map (Hall 11): stand E07

Fairground map

K 2019 fairground map: Hall 11

Contact

Tom Bell

Global Materials Engineer
Product Fabrication - Hot Isostatic Pressing - Specialist Technologies

Bodycote Head Quarters
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Email
tom.bell@bodycote.com

Kathrin Horenkamp

Sales
Product Fabrication - Hot Isostatic Pressing - Specialist Technologies

Haag-Winden
Germany

Email
kathrin.horenkamp@bodycote.com

Visit us

Hall 11 / E07

16.10.2019

Topic

10:00

Meet the expert - hot isostatic pressing (HIP) and HIP powder metallurgy materials

Come and meet the expert to discuss your hot isostic pressing  material requirements for screw elements and barrels.

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17.10.2019

Topic

14:30

Meet the expert - heat treatment

Come and meet the expert to discuss your heat treatment requirements.

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18.10.2019

Topic

10:00

Meet the expert - hot isostatic pressing (HIP) and HIP powder metallurgy materials

Come and meet the expert to discuss your hot isostic pressing  material requirements for screw elements and barrels.

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14:30

Meet the expert - surface technologies

Come and meet the expert to discuss your  surface technology requirements.

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21.10.2019

Topic

14:30

Meet the expert - heat treatment

Come and meet the expert to discuss your heat treatment requirements.

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23.10.2019

Topic

10:00

Meet the expert - hot isostatic pressing (HIP) and HIP powder metallurgy materials

Come and meet the expert to discuss your hot isostic pressing  material requirements for screw elements and barrels.

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.06  Moulds and dies
  • 03.06.003  Extrusion dies
  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.11  Parts and components
  • 03.11.001  Screws
  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.11  Parts and components
  • 03.11.002  Barrels
  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.11  Parts and components
  • 03.11.003  Rolls
  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.11  Parts and components
  • 03.11.006  Machine blades

Our products

Product category: Screws

Powder metallurgy HIP materials for screw elements

  • Materials developed for extreme extruder environments.
  • Bimetallic solutions for superior composite material properties and easy of manufacture. 
  • Excellent heat transfer.
  • Uniform properties resulting from the use of powder metallurgy and Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP).

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Product category: Barrels

Powder metallurgy HIP materials for barrels and barrel liners

  • Materials developed for extreme plastic extruder enviroments.
  • Bimetallic cladding for superior composite material properties and easy of barrel manufacture.
  • Excellent heat tranfer from one-piece near net shape construction.
  • Uniform properties resulting from the powder metallurgy and Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP).

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Product category: Subcontracting, Extrusion dies, Machine blades, Rolls

Powdermet® technologies

Bodycote has decades of experience creating complex, high integrity components from powdered metal. Bodycote Powdermet® technologies are a group of manufacturing processes used in the production of complex components using powder metallurgy.

Bodycote Powdermet® technologies now incorporate new, patent-pending techniques that combine 3D printing with well-established net shape and near net shape techniques. This new technology dramatically reduces the manufacturing time and production cost of a part compared to producing the same part using 3D printing alone.

Powdermet® technologies ensure complete powder consolidation, achieve structural homogeneity, and eliminate internal porosity and unconsolidated powder flaws. The process can produce components with varying surface features and thicknesses, with higher structural integrity than alternative production techniques. The need for brazing or welding parts together to form larger structures is eliminated. Instead, the finished article can be produced as one seamless component and largely avoid the size limitations imposed by the constraints of 3D printing. Different parts of a component can be formed from different alloys presenting the ideal and most cost-efficient solution. Component design can be tailored to the actual requirements for performance and not limited by subsequent machining operations.

Properties and advantages of Powdermet® technologies include:

- Single piece construction of highly complex components
- Can combine multiple material in one component
- One-off or high volume productions
- Substantial elimination of machine operations
- Scalable to large components
- Able to meet exacting tolerances
- Design flexibility and freedom
- Weight optimisation
- Fine and homogeneous grain size
- High cleanliness and no segregation
- Isotropic mechanical properties
- Superior stress corrosion properties
- Reduced welding and machining
- 100% ultrasonic inspectability
- Short delivery times
- Material and total cost savings

Powdermet® is a registered trademark owned by Bodycote.

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Product category: Subcontracting

Hot isostatic pressing

Hot isostatic pressing (HIP) is a form of heat treatment that uses high pressure to improve material properties. That pressure is applied by an inert gas, usually argon. Time at elevated temperature and pressure allows plastic deformation, creep and diffusion to occur. Castings for critical applications are HIPed to eliminate internal microporosity thereby improving mechanical properties by removing defects. Hot isostatic pressing also enables the bonding, or cladding, of two or more materials together, either in the solid or powder form.

Hot isostatic pressing plays an important role in powder metallurgy and 3D printing as well. Bodycote has decades of experience creating both simple to complex components from powdered metal. Bodycote Powdermet® technologies are a group of manufacturing processes used in the production of complex components; and now incorporate new, patent-pending techniques that combine 3D printing with well-established near net shape and selective surface net shape techniques. These solutions dramatically reduce the manufacturing time and production cost of a part compared to producing the same part using 3D printing alone.

As the global leader in specialist thermal processing, Bodycote offers an extensive range of hot isostatic pressing services. Our facilities process a wide variety of component sizes to exacting standards with reliable, repeatable results. Our hot isostatic pressing operations are managed by some of the best engineers and technicians in the industry, with the experience and expertise to provide vital support and a real understanding of customer requirements.

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Product category: Subcontracting

Heat treatment

Heat treatment is a controlled process used to alter the microstructure of metals and alloys such as steel and aluminium to impart properties which benefit the working life of a component, for example increased surface hardness, temperature resistance, ductility and strength.

Heat treatment processes include case hardening, tempering, solution and aging treatment, Specialty Stainless Steel Processes (S3P), annealing and normalising.

As the global leader in heat treatment, Bodycote offers an extensive range of thermal processing services. Our facilities process a wide variety of component sizes to exacting standards with reliable, repeatable results. Our heat treatment operations are managed by some of the best engineers and technicians in the industry, with the experience and expertise to provide vital support and a real understanding of customer requirements.

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Product category: Subcontracting

Surface technology

Surface technology is a process used extensively to prolong the working life of components and protect them from environmental factors such as corrosion and abrasion.

Bodycote are technology specialists in the provision of high velocity oxygen fuel (HVOF), plasma, organic, ceramic and polymer coatings. Built upon this competence and backed by a customer-driven service, the company provides a vast array of surface technology coating solutions to suit your specific needs. We can even develop specific surface coatings based on your application environment. Surface technology products and services range from coating services; coating and application development; specialist coating sealing technologies; complete manufacture, through to the supply of coating materials and technology transfer.

As the global leader in thermal processing, Bodycote surface technology has been at the forefront of surface engineering technologies, developing a world-class range of thermal spray, thermal diffusion and slurry coatings. Our surface technology operations are managed by some of the best engineers and technicians in the industry, with the experience and expertise to provide vital support and a real understanding of customer requirements.

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Product category: Subcontracting

Metal joining

Metal joining is a controlled process used to fuse metals. There are several techniques of metal joining of which welding is one of the more basic forms. Expertise and technological advances have enabled metal joining innovations, which in turn have lead to component advances in many industrial sectors, including aerospace.

Metal joining includes specialised processes such as electron beam welding, vacuum, and honeycomb brazing – complex operations requiring a fusion of expertise and technology.

As the global leader in thermal processing, Bodycote has extensive expertise in the field of metal joining techniques. Our facilities process a wide variety of component sizes to exacting standards with reliable, repeatable results. Our metal joining operations are managed by some of the best engineers and technicians in the industry, with the experience and expertise to provide vital support and a real understanding of customer requirements to deliver our services.

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Product category: Subcontracting

Specialty Stainless Steel Processes (S3P)

Specialty stainless steel processes (S3P) featuring Kolsterising®  technology offer unique surface hardening solutions for austenitic stainless steel, nickel-based alloys and cobalt-chromium alloys producing increased mechanical and wear properties without adversely affecting corrosion resistance.

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Company news

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Apr 14, 2019

Bodycote at the Food Automation & Manufacturing Expo (FA&M)

Bodycote has exhibited at the Food Automation & Manufacturing Expo (FA&M). The event was held at Miami, Florida on April 14th through 17th at the Doral Resort.
Meet our Bodycote experts at booth #113 to find out more about Bodycote’s Specialty Stainless Steel Processes (S³P) & Kolsterising® and their application in the food & beverage manufacturing industry.

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Mar 8, 2019

Capital Markets Event

Bodycote plc, the world’s largest provider of heat treatment and specialist thermal processing services, will today host a Capital Markets Event in London. No new trading or financial information will be disclosed. 
The presentations will be available after the event at https://www.bodycote.com/investors/investor-presentations/
For further information, please contact:

Bodycote plc
Stephen Harris, Group Chief Executive
Dominique Yates, Chief Financial Officer
Tel No +44 (0)1625 505 300

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Jan 28, 2019

Bodycote invests in new North American heat treatment facility

Bodycote, the world’s largest provider of heat treatment and specialist thermal processing services, is pleased to announce plans to open a new heat treating facility in Elgin, Illinois.

The new facility will include advanced heat treating technologies such as low pressure carburizing and carbonitriding, vacuum nitriding and ferritic nitrocarburizing, Bodycote’s proprietary Corr-I-Dur® process, and traditional carburizing of large parts. The facility, scheduled to be operational by late 2019, will support the automotive, agricultural, mining, construction and various other manufacturing supply chains in the Upper Midwest region.

Dan McCurdy, President Automotive & General Industrial, North America & Asia division, adds: “This investment demonstrates Bodycote’s commitment to serving the Midwest with the services our customers ask for and require.”

About Bodycote
With more than 180 accredited facilities in 23 countries, Bodycote is the world’s largest provider of heat treating and specialist thermal processing services. Through classical heat treatment and specialist technologies including Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP), Bodycote improves the properties of metals and alloys, extending the life of vital components for a wide range of industries, including aerospace, defence, automotive, power generation, oil & gas, construction, medical and transportation. Customers in all of these industries have entrusted their products to Bodycote’s care for more than 30 years. For more information, visit www.bodycote.com.

For more information, please contact:
Bill Sandstrom, Vice-President, AGI North America
bill.sandstrom@bodycote.com

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About us

Company details

Bodycote

The leading provider of heat treatment and specialist thermal processing services worldwide
Heat treatment encompasses a variety of techniques and specialist engineering processes which improve the properties of metals and alloys and extend the life of components and is a vital part of any manufacturing process.
Bodycote is uniquely placed via our global network and the experience and knowledge of our people to offer high quality, reliable and cost-effective services to manufacturers whatever their size or market sector.

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Company data

Sales volume

> 100 Mill. US $

Number of employees

> 500

Area of business
  • Raw materials, auxiliaries
  • Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • Services for the plastics and rubber industries
Target groups
  • Plastic product manufacturing
  • Machinery construction

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