Applications Technologies Company
ATC has an engineering and research facility located at 3806 April Lane, Columbus, Ohio
43227. The facility includes office space, a conference room, a metallurgical lab, and a
manufacturing laboratory. The facility supports efforts of prototype development,
metallurgical analysis, materials joining, and other applications research.
Our mission is to provide clients
with the technical concepts and
tools necessary to assist them in
achieving and maintaining global
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The WELDING Advantage!
Our manufacturing and weld development facilities include the
necessary equipment to support general fabrication, machining,
materials joining, and product development activities. ATC has
materials joining equipment for submerged arc welding, (SAW),
plasma transferred arc welding (PTAW), gas tungsten arc welding
(GTAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), flux cored arc welding
(FCAW)and plasma arc welding (PAW) as well as well as other
conventional welding processes. We have in-house machining
capabilities that can handle the majority of common machining
operations associated with R&D type work. We have heat treating
capabilities that include an atmospheric oven and resistance type
systems. Automation capabilities include a MotoMan robot system,
conventional side beam manipulators, a Bug-O tractor, and other
weld manipulation systems.
ATC also has a materials testing lab that included a variety of capabilities to meet vendor
specific needs. Mechanical test equipment includes a variety of hardness testers, charpy
and tensile testing systems, bend testing, and fatigue testing equipment. Our metallurgical
capabilities include sample preparation and polishing equipment, digital microscopes for
both microscopic and macroscopic evaluation, and hardness testing.
In addition, ATC maintains a wide range of calibrated measurement and layout equipment
to accommodate a variety of needs.