Tricor Metals, Wooster, OH announced that Paul Nagy has accepted a position as Market Manager. Paul will report to Tricor’s Chuck Young, Business Development Manager and Metallurgist.
“We feel Paul’s broad experience marketing steel and titanium metal products to industry will allow him to quickly learn about Tricor’s products and services and help our customers as they look for custom designed ASME fabrications, titanium mill products, and aerospace welding wires”, stated Tricor’s Chuck Young.
Paul was previously employed in sales positions with Contractors Steel, Tico Titanium, Samuel & Sons, Castle Metals, and Carpenter Technology - to automotive, aerospace, chemical, oil & gas, and refinery served markets.
Paul is a graduate of Western Michigan University.
Paul will work from his home in Michigan and travel extensively covering the Midwestern USA region for Tricor Metals and can be reached at email@example.com , 330.264.3299 x2234.
We are proud to announce that our Chuck Young, Business Development Manager and Metallurgist, has recently been elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the Materials Technology Institute (MTI).MTI is a technical organization that offers world-wide meetings and a knowledge forum for the exchange of technical information related to the effective use of materials in the Chemical Process Industry.Major chemical producers and suppliers to the CPI work together to solve industry-wide technical issues.
Chuck has been Tricor’s representative at MTI since 2011 and has served on numerous technical committees dealing with Corrosion and Corrosion Resistant Alloys (titanium, tantalum, nickel alloys, and duplex stainless steel). Chuck is also currently serving as Champion of the TAC Bulletin Committee for MTI and has been responsible for the development of at least 7 new technical awareness bulletins on a variety of subjects for MTI members in the past 3 years.
Chuck is also the Chairman of the Global Industrial Products Committee of the International Titanium Association (ITA).
Chuck has been with Tricor Metals for over 9 years and manages the business development/field sales staff, as well as being the company Metallurgist, responsible for handling any technical questions concerning the corrosion resistant metals that Tricor fabricates for the Chemical Processing Industry
“I’d like the thank the Tricor organization for their response to this emergency repair. Logistics were well coordinated material arrived when necessary, and the on-site personal were diligent, safety focused, professional, and skilled in their craft.”
Astrolite® Alloys, a division of Tricor Metals is now stocking ATI 718Plus®
ATI 718Plus® (AMS 5964, UNS N08818) is an alloy designed for aerospace applications. The alloy was designed to combine the good processibility and weldability of alloy 718, with the temperature capability nearing that of Waspaloy.
Rick Barnes, Astrolite’s GM, reported that the stocking of ATI 718Plus® welding wires came about from a small niche of aerospace turbine engine customer’s requests over the past several months. He said that ATI 718Plus® has been reported to combine the good processibility and weldability of alloy 718, with the temperature capability nearing that of Waspaloy.
“We are just doing our best to hear and respond to our customer’s needs. There seems to be a small, but hopefully growing, niche of welding applications that will benefit from ATI 718Plus® wire. What we try to do at Astrolite is to keep the broadest and deepest welding wire inventory fully documented, in the proper quality, in order to best support our customers in the aerospace welding market. This is not always easy. But we have a strong, dedicated, and resourceful team here. We love what we do. And we have some really great customers.”
We are grateful for so many customers, suppliers, and friends expressed concern for our Conroe employees.
All of our Conroe employees are safe. Our plant and offices are dry – well above the flood level. We are open, with light-staffing as our employees struggle with flood-related issues and impassable roadways.
We expect continued flooding and particularly logistical challenges until the roadways are clear and things can get back to normal. No more rain please.