Can Solutions - Overview
Hyperion Materials & Technologies is a leader in the global manufacturing of engineered can tool solutions and product development for the canmaker.
Engagement with can maker strengthens ideal product development
Our commitment of early involvement in new product development programs allows Hyperion customers to leverage our core strengths, which secures the highest level of technical, engineering, design, and manufacturing support. Our core strengths are our expertise in applied materials and product development, along with a fully integrated manufacturing process for canmaker can tooling. Involve us early in new product development projects - from design stage to end support and recycling.
Our worldwide presence in the Americas, Europe, and Asia actively supports new 2 piece D&I (drawn & wall ironed) cans developments for beverage, food, and bottle cans as well as new plants.
Engineered can tool solutions begin with Hyperion's cemented carbide, which yields optimal product development for the canmaker
Hyperion is its own cemented carbide raw material developer and manufacturer, which is an advantage for the customer in terms of costs and reliability. Cemented carbide is one of the most successful composite engineering materials ever produced. Its unique combination of strength, hardness, and toughness satisfies the most demanding applications. The most valuable property of cemented carbide is that it offers a safer and more dependable solution than any other known material - reliability.
Our ongoing material development programs at Hyperion Research and Development focus on providing canmakers with superior products of consistent quality in different grades to perfectly fit the application.
Canmakers can be assured all of our metallurgical processes are rigorously controlled, from the raw material to the finished product. Hyperion Materials & Technologies has received the following certifications: ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015, and OHSAS 18001:2007.
Contact your Hyperion sales person for additional canmaker can tooling solutions information.
*Cemented carbide is also known as solid carbide and tungsten carbide (WC).