ATI Focus Blog - June 2017

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Airshow Comes to a Close

The 2017 Paris Air Show has officially ended. See you next year in Farnborough for the 2018 Farnborough International Airshow!

Learn more about our Aerospace capabilities in the Aerospace section of our site.

Airshow comes to a close

Airbus A380

Without Relentless Innovation, aircraft like the Airbus A380 would not be able to gently float through the clouds. It is always impressive to watch this wide-body aircraft fly around.

Learn more about our Aerospace capabilities in the Aerospace section of our site.

Airbus A380

Visit ATI at the Paris Air Show

Things are still going strong at the Paris Air Show! Be sure to stop by Hall 5 B210 to see how we apply the Element of Flight, Relentless Innovation, to the world of Aerospace.

Learn more about our Aerospace capabilities in the Aerospace section of our site.

Visit ATI at the Paris Air Show

Embraer KC-390

Without ATI, the KC-390 from Embraer would not be able to soar through the sky like it did today at the Paris Air Show. We supply ATI 15-5™ (PH Grade Stainless Steel) in sheet and plate forms to make these flights possible.

To learn more about our Flat Rolled Products business, visit the Flat Rolled Products section of our website.

VT Motorsports

ATI & the Cohen Group

During the Paris Air Show, Brian Knapp and GEN Ralston from the Cohen Group met with ATI’s Vice President of Defense, Terry Hartford.

To learn more about our Defense capabilities, visit the Defense section of our website.

ATI GE Joint Venture

Boeing 737 Max

The Boeing 737 Max 9 flies through the air during its flight demonstration. This is an example that demonstrates how the commercial aerospace market is transitioning to the next generation of single aisle and large twin aisle aircraft, and next generation jet engines. ATI expects multi-year growth due to our increased content on the next-generation commercial aircraft.

To learn more about our Aerospace capabilities, visit the Aerospace section of our website.

Boeing 737 Max

ATI at the Paris Air Show

The Paris Air Show is officially open! Be sure to stop by and see us at Hall 5 B210 if you are at the show!

ATI at the Paris Air Show

Components for Commercial and Military Jet Engines

We are a world leader in the production of premium titanium-based alloys, nickel-based and cobalt based alloys and superalloys, and vacuum-melted specialty alloys used in the manufacture of components for both commercial and military jet engines, as well as replacement parts for those engines. We also produce titanium-based alloys, vacuum-melted specialty alloys, and high-strength stainless alloys for use in commercial and military airframes, airframe components and missiles.

To learn more about our Aerospace capabilities, visit the Aerospace section of our website.

Commercial and Military Jet Engine Components

ATI Specialty Materials

Strength, toughness, efficiency and heat resistance are critical demands of next generation aircraft and jet engines. ATI delivers these characteristics in the form of specialty materials. We create high-performance titanium, nickel, cobalt and steel alloys and superalloys designed to ensure superior aerospace systems as they soar through the sky

To learn more about our Specialty Materials business, visit the Specialty Materials section of our website.

Commercial and Military Jet Engine Components

ATI HRPF

The power, size and technology incorporated into our $1.2 Billion dollar Hot-Rolling and Processing Facility (HRPF) signals ATI’s commitment to the aerospace industry and to remaining a leader in offering airframe and engine OEMs the industry’s highest value sheet and plate products.

To learn more about our HRPF, visit our Interactive Graphic

HRPF

ATI Powder Metals

With an increase in quick turnaround, design flexibility, waste reduction and customization demands, additive manufacturing (AM) has become a key process in the production of next-generation aircraft and jet engines. Powder metal is a key component for AM in the aerospace industry. ATI recently completed a new, 70,000 sq. ft. powder metals facility in Bakers, North Carolina to supply nickel-based superalloys and titanium alloys for the extreme demands of evolving aerospace technology.

To learn more about our Power Metals business, visit the Powder Metals section of our website.

HRPF