Powder Metallurgical Engineering
As part of our expertise, Catalus provides highly-skilled, powder metallurgical engineering support that enhances standard customer support with rapid responses and decisiveness at all stages of the design and manufacturing process.
This leads to high-quality, cost-effective production and speed to market for the most innovative parts and components. At Catalus, we are dedicated to providing fully-engineered solutions, not just products.
With a commitment to innovation, advanced manufacturing and customer support, Catalus delivers more than powder metallurgy solutions and metallurgical engineering services. We deliver a competitive advantage to our customers both in current and future markets.
We’re constantly expanding our metallurgical engineering capabilities. Committed to innovation in metallurgical engineering, Catalus is home to the Catalus Research Center, one of the only dedicated research and development centers in the powder metallurgy industry. Located in Galeton, Pennsylvania, the Research Center is a state-of-the-art facility with the aim of collaboration, and innovation of reliable powder metallurgy products.
Research and development is extremely critical in the metallurgical engineering services we offer, because it involves active collaboration between both parties from start to finish and results in more manufacturing advantages and a far superior product.
Metallurgical Design and Production Expertise
At Catalus, we approach challenges as opportunities for innovation, and our team of talented engineers reflects that. Our engineers have worked on some of the toughest projects in all of powder metallurgical engineering, and are dedicated to executing flawless launches every time.
To ensure we provide top-of-the-line metallurgical engineering services, we attract and train the best and brightest engineers. By providing them with challenging opportunities, continuing education, learning and growth in a family-oriented setting, we’re helping shape the future of powder metallurgy and advanced manufacturing one engineer at a time.