Proven to Perform
Our history of innovative naval propulsion materials spans over 50 years, including products used on the U.S. Navy’s first nuclear-powered submarine.
We are a technology-driven, critical supplier to key aerospace and defense customers, focused on maximizing aero engine and airframe growth opportunities. Well-positioned to meet end-market demand growth, HPMC produces titanium-, nickel-, cobalt-based alloys and other specialty metals in long product forms, precision forgings, and machined components. This business segment includes Forged Products and Specialty Materials, with a high percentage of material pull through.
This segment combines technical knowledge and market expertise with exceptional process technologies to deliver advanced alloys to the end markets that value their specialty products. AA&S integrates ATI’s superior melting technologies and the world-class capabilities of our Hot-Rolling and Processing Facility (HRPF). It also efficiently produces standard stainless sheet products with a focus on profitably competing in this highly commoditized market.
It is comprised of Specialty Alloys & Components, Specialty Rolled Products and Standard Stainless Sheet Products. The results of our STAL joint venture (focused on precision-rolled stainless strip) and Uniti Titanium (focused on commercially pure titanium products for target markets) are also part of the results reported for the AA&S segment.
With a focus on driving value-over-volume, the AA&S product portfolio includes rolled titanium- and nickel-based alloys, stainless steel and other specialty materials available in plate, sheet and strip. High-purity zirconium-, hafnium-, niobium-based alloys and other specialty materials for aerospace, nuclear energy and other applications.
Our specialty materials are found on every single commercial jet flying today.
Our alloys for oil and gas fight heat and corrosion 30,000 feet below the ocean floor.
Our #118 isothermal forging press is the largest of its kind, hammering out jet engine parts and submersible hulls.
In superconducting magnets for MRI imaging, our niobium-titanium alloys cool to 2.17 Kelvin (-456°F).
We pledge to meet the needs of all of our customers, and to solve the challenges of the modern world. Future generations will require robust and versatile materials and components produced in an ecologically sustainable manner. Here at ATI, we’re determined to meet that need. Our materials and components will last for centuries. We’re building a company that will, too.
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