ATI Honors Captain Ed Rogland
ATI's Lou Khole lead Atomizer at ATI's Oakdale Operations – US 82nd Airborne veteran from 86-93 and Section Sergeant for D Company 1/110th INFANTRY National Guard presenting a certificate of honor during the pre-season Pittsburgh Steelers game on August 26th to Pittsburgh's local hero Captain Ed Rogland, Pennsylvania National Guard.
Did you know that several of our high-end flat-rolled products, such as our nickel-based alloy and specialty alloy strip and precision rolled strip are strong materials in the automotive industry?
To learn more about our Automotive capabilities, visit the
Automotive section of our website.
The next frontier for our innovative powders is 3-D printing and other disruptive additive manufacturing technologies. We are qualified for complex titanium alloys that are being used to develop 3-D printed titanium parts for jet engines and other applications.
Learn more about our additive capabilities in our
Next-Generation Aircraft Engines
Did you know that next-generation aircraft engines operate at higher temperatures to achieve improved fuel efficiency? These higher temperatures require a new generation of alloys and forgings that use significantly more of ATI’s products.
To learn more about our Aerospace capabilities, visit the
Aerospace section of our website.