Explore The Concept of Field Assisted Sintering

Field assisted sintering is a process that uses an electric field to help consolidate powder into a solid form. The field assists in the diffusion of particles, which helps to reduce the overall sintering time and temperature. This process can be used for a variety of materials, including metals, ceramics, and composites. Field assisted type sintering is a process that uses an external field to control the microstructure and properties of materials. The field can be either an electric field or a magnetic field. The process is highly reliable and is a proven type of technology that has been used for several years.

Does Not Produce Hazardous Fumes or Waste Products

This process is used to improve the mechanical properties of materials, such as their strength and hardness. Additionally, field sintering can also be used to improve the electrical and thermal conductivity of materials. One of the main benefits of this process is that it can be used to produce parts with complex shapes.  One of the safety features of assisted sintering is that it does not require high temperatures. This means that there is less risk of fire and explosion when using this process. Additionally, it does not produce hazardous fumes or waste products. 

Reduces the Amount of Time That Workers Are Exposed to Hazards

Another safety feature of sintering that is field assisted is that it is a relatively clean process. This means that there is less risk of exposure to hazardous materials for both workers and the environment.  It is also a relatively fast process. This means that parts can be produced quickly, which reduces the amount of time that workers are exposed to hazards.  Overall, the process is a safe and efficient way to produce parts with complex shapes. Additionally, field assisted sintering has many other benefits, such as the ability to improve the mechanical properties of materials. Contact California Nanotechnologies today to learn more!