Hiperbaric Launches New Website, Offers High Pressure Technology Resources and Enhanced User Experience

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Company presents comprehensive and expanded information on its two main business lines: High Pressure Processing (HPP) technology and Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) technology.

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"With this new international website, we have become the industry reference for high pressure technologies, especially HPP technology," states Andr├ęs Hernando, CEO of Hiperbaric

Hiperbaric takes another step to establish itself as the global leader in the field of High Pressure Technologies with the launch of its new website. The company presents its two main business lines with detailed information on high pressure processing (HPP) technology for the food industry and hot isostatic pressing (HIP) technology focused on technological and industrial sectors.

The new website offers an intuitive browsing experience, with specialized content and a more interactive design. On the web you can find detailed information on HPP technology, a non-thermal technology for the preservation of food and beverages, with a longer shelf life and guaranteed safety. HPP applications range from meat, beverage, seafood, and dairy products to guacamole and avocado-based products, salsas and plant-based products, and baby food and fruit purees. Recently trending, application also include ready-to-eat (RTE) meals and pet food products. Manufacturers can explore the range of industrial HPP equipment, including both in-pack and in-bulk, to meet the needs of both large multinationals and small companies in the food sector.

One of the strengths of the website is the wide selection of resources, for both HPP and HIP technology. Web visitors can now stay up-to-date with High Pressure Technology by downloading free informative resources ranging from flyers, whitepapers and case studies to videos, on-demand webinars and blog articles written by industry experts.

Hiperbaric also presents a new technology: Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP), the perfect solution to obtain high-performance metal parts and components. HIP has a wide variety of uses, including improvement of material properties, sintering of powder metallurgy parts, diffusion bonding between metal parts, densification of castings and post-processing and defect removal of parts made by additive manufacturing. HIP technology is regarded as the most effective (and in some cases the only one able) to give parts and components the quality required by the most stringent sectors such as aerospace, oil and gas, nuclear, automotive, medical implants, defense or industrial.

After-Sales Portal 4.0 by Hiperbaric

Hiperbaric also launches the "After-Sales Portal 4.0", an online information database where users can access specific equipment manuals, spare parts, view commercial catalogs, training documents as well as real-time estimates and request orders directly from Hiperbaric. This is an initiative to enhance the user experience and provide exceptional customer support to High Pressure Processing (HPP) customers.

"With this new international website, we have become the industry reference for high pressure technologies, especially HPP technology", states Andrés Hernando, CEO of Hiperbaric. The company completes its digital strategy with a presence on the main social channels, such as LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

About Hiperbaric

Formed in 1999, Hiperbaric designs, develops, produces and markets its high pressure processing equipment internationally. The company is recognized for its trust, customer support, teamwork and continuous R&D efforts.
Hiperbaric has installed more than 300 machines in more than 40 countries across five continents, making them the global leader in HPP technology with the most reliable and economic machines on the market. Hundreds of companies worldwide use Hiperbaric equipment to process juices and beverages, meat, fish and seafood, fruits and vegetables, dairy and ready-to-eat meals.
With headquarters in Burgos, Spain, a U.S. office in Miami, and commercial and technical offices in Mexico, Asia and Oceania, Hiperbaric continues to explore HPP technology with new applications in different industrial sectors.

For more information, visit http://www.hiperbaric.com.

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