Acoustic Materials (77)
Suppliers of acoustic materials used in automotive component manufacturing.
21st Century Plastics Corporation in Potterville, Michigan.
A custom plastic injection molder to 1,000 tons. Products include automotive trim/acoustical/functional/seating parts.
3M Automotive in St. Paul, Minnesota.
A global supplier of products for automotive exteriors, interiors, powertrain/chassis, and for use in automotive manufacturing/assembly. Products include abrasives, acoustic and vibration damping, adhesives and tapes, cabin air filters, catalytic converter mat mounts and insulation, electrical connectors, fasteners, fluoroelastomers, graphic films, heat-shrink moldings, lighting, mirror buttons, nameplates and badging, optical films, plant cleaning and safety products, paint protection and replacement films, security labeling, and lead-free wheel weights.
3M Company in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Provides elastomers for shock, vibration, noise and cushioning applications including acoustical absorption and barrier, damping, isolation, sealing and gasketing.
Acoustek Nonwovens LLC in Statesville, North Carolina.
A supplier of nonwoven acoustical and thermal insulating fabrics made from recycled and recyclable materials.
Adient, Ltd. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A provider of automotive systems and facility management and control. Products include seating and interior systems such as seats, overhead, door, instrument panels, trim, storage and batteries.
Amorim Cork Composites, Inc. in Trevor, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of soft gaskets for engine, transmission, and axle applications. Products include cork rubber materials for gasket fabrication.
Apache Mills, Inc. in Calhoun, Georgia.
A supplier of automotive specialty composites with application areas including underlayment, dashes, firewalls, engine compartments, carpeting, flooring, thermoformable flooring, HVAC component enclosures, acoustical/impact/vibration control materials, floor mats, cargo mats, instrument panel materials/composites, foams and sub-assemblies, etc.
Autoneum North America, Inc. in Jeffersonville, Indiana.
Under construction. Products to include automotive sound and thermal management materials and floor carpets. Site activities to include manufacturing and distribution.
Autoneum North America, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of noise control and thermal insulation systems. Products include dampers, acoustic systems, interior trim, and thermal management systems.
Avery Dennison Corporation in Painesville, Ohio.
A supplier of acrylic, rubber and silicone-based adhesive tapes for heater ducts, engine & underhood, foam, gasketing, IP seals, interior and exterior applications, bolsters, headliners, carpeting, exterior bonding, mirror housing and brake shims as well as NVH components, including anti-squeak/BSR components and constrained layer vibration damping products.
AVINTIV, Inc. in Old Hickory, Tennessee.
A supplier of high performance, speciality nonwoven fabrics. Produces polyester and polypropylene products for use in automotive interior applications such as seating & interior trim, headliner & trunk liner composites, foam seat backing for decorative stitching, high strength seat reinforcement, surface preparation wipes and bonding agents.
Bayer Corporation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of polyurethane coatings raw materials, engineering thermoplastics, polyurethane systems, composites, nanomaterials and raw materials, and systems and raw materials for coatings, adhesives and sealants. Automotive applications include headlamps, polycarbonate glazing, body panels, front and rear systems, interior trim and paint and coatings.
Borgers USA Corporation in Vance, Alabama.
Provides automotive component sequencing services. Application areas include hood insulation, outer dash insulation, engine casing, sound deadening, inner dash insulation, floor carpet systems, seat cushion supports, seat back trims, package trays, rear seat trim, trunk mats, inner wheel arch liners, spare wheel shaping trim, trunk sill covers, tailgate trim, outer wheel arch liners, undershields, etc.
Canada Rubber Group, Inc. in Bowmanville, Ontario.
A supplier of rubber molded pedal pads, stop bumpers, grommets, tubing, o-rings, radiator gaskets. Services include custom die cutting of sheet, sponge, foam gaskets and seals.
Cascade Engineering, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A manufacturer of injection and blow molded parts and components for the automotive, medium and heavy truck and other industries. Applications include sound barriers and absorbers (engine covers, HVAC covers, solenoid covers, and manifold covers) and automotive trim, door panels, seat backs, and components (floor console assemblies, steering column covers, cowl grilles, interior door panels, and carpeted map pockets, etc.), as well as blow molded tubular products.
Chemque, Inc. in Rexdale, Ontario.
A manufacturer of specialty high performance polymers. Products are primarily two-component or moisture curing systems, including epoxy, polyurethane, silicone, hybrid resins as well a patented foam-in-place gasketing technology. These polymers are used for adhesives, clear coating trim, BSR abatement, electronic potting/encapsulation and foam-in-place gasketing.
Clark-Cutler-McDermott Company in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of non-woven textiles, molded and flat die-cut acoustical insulation and natural fiber-based interior trim components. Products include cowl top insulators, dash insulators, package trays, spare wheel covers, trunk insulation, quarter panel insulators, under carpet sound insulation, door panel inserts, hush panels, fender insulators, pillar insulators, wheel house liners, engine side sound insulation, etc.
Cooper-Standard Automotive, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A global manufacturer of sealing system products, fluid system products, and noise, vibration, and harshness control products, and other related products.
Creative Foam Corporation in Fenton, Michigan.
A fabricator of cellular plastic automotive parts. Fabricating processes include die cut, compression, fusion and vacuum forming. Also supplies parts with adhesive applied and parts which have assembled fasteners. Capabilities include design services.
CTA Acoustics, Inc. in Madison Heights, Michigan.
A full service supplier of underbody acoustical and thermal insulators providing design, prototyping, engineering, program management, testing, and manufacturing services.
Daehan Solution Alabama, LLC in Hope Hull, Alabama.
A supplier of noise, vibration & harshness (NVH) related components such as headliners.
Daubert Chemical Company, Inc. in Chicago, Illinois.
A supplier of coatings and adhesives. Applications include corrosion prevention coatings, sound deadening coatings, and specialty adhesives.
Dayton T. Brown, Inc. in Bohemia, New York.
Services provided include product design and engineering, prototype manufacture, final production, testing, technical writing & documentation and the development of complete test systems. Capabilities include dynamic, climatic, EMI/EMC, hydraulic/pneumatic, optical, mechanical, structural, fatigue, safety & survival testing as well as conformance inspection & failure analysis thru metallurgy, magnetic particle, dimensional, and X-rays.
Derby Fabricating, LLC in Louisville, Kentucky.
A supplier of die cut automotive parts. Applications include A, B, C pillar insulation; air seals; arm rest and console pads; bin mats; buzz, squeak & rattle (BSR) control; carpet inserts; cowl seals; cup holder components; door panel insulation; dust seals; engine cover insulation; headliner insulation; impact absorbing foam blocks; spoiler and trim tapes; vent seals and vent flaps; and water seals, etc. Capabilities include die cutting, assemblies, laminating, laser die burning, packaging, rewinding, slitting, etc.
Dienetics, Inc. in Jenison, Michigan.
A supplier of engineered die cut materials to the automotive and other industries. Product application areas include sound deadoning materials and reinforcement for visors, spacers, blocks, accoustical pads, stiffeners, BSR pads and headliners.
Dow Automotive in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of acoustical and thermal management systems, structural enhancement systems, structural and acoustical foams, glass bonding systems, sealing systems, structural adhesives, reinforcing composites, injection-molded dash mats, injection-molded engine covers and barriers, damping and sound absorption, etc.
DSG-Canusa in Toronto, Ontario.
A supplier of heat-shrink insulation products for the automotive industry.
DuPont Automotive Systems in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of DuPont™ Suva® brand 134a automotive refrigerant as well as performance coatings, specialty fibers, specialty polymers including automotive coatings (paints), transparent sheeting for laminating safety glass, engineering polymers and fibers such as glass-reinforced nylon for air intake manifolds, aramid fibers, material for engine mounts and air springs, various seals, upholstery fabrics and resins for noise barrier applications in door panels.
FAIST ChemTec, Inc. in Gastonia, North Carolina.
A supplier of acoustic and plastics systems. Automotive application areas include sound deadening, sealing isolation and absorption for functional and paneling parts, plastic structure components for vehicle interiors.
Fiber Dynamics, Inc. in High Point, North Carolina.
A supplier of chemically bonded nonwoven fabrics with conventional and unique combinations of fibers and binders. Capabilities include adhesive coating, fire retardants to meet automotive standards, water/fuel repellents, and mold release agents used in acoustical and thermal applications such as hood insulator pads, drive shaft liners, molded interior parts, and trunk liners.
Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Supplies automotive jounce bumpers, spring isolators and body mounts.
FXI - Foamex Innovations in Novi, Michigan.
A polyurethane foam producer for automotive seating, headliner, door panel, and carpet applications.
Gaska Tape, Inc. in Elkhart, Indiana.
Manufactures patented polymeric series foam tape. Provides gasketing material to control buzz, rattle, and squeak issues. Applications include outside mirrors, dashboards, quarter windows, spoilers, tail lights, door protectors, waist line molding, wheel caps and license plates.
Global Material Technologies, Inc. in Buffalo Grove, Illinois.
A materials company offering metal fibers in many alloys and sizes. Fibers are processed into many forms such as bulk reels (steel wool), chopped fibers, staple length fibers and metal textiles. Uses include friction materials, abrasives, polishing and finishing media, filter media, separations media, thermal and acoustical insulation, etc.
Henniges Automotive North America, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A sealing solutions provider specializing in isolation of vehicle interior systems from outside environments to eliminate wind noise, water leaks and emission intrusion. Product areas include sealing, encapsulated glass systems and vibration control. Applications include doors, windows, trunks, liftgates, sunroofs and hoods.
HP Pelzer Automotive Systems, Inc. in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
Produces custom made thermoformable acoustical EVA barriers for automotive and other applications. Capabilities include univeral mixing, compounding, calendar processing, laminating and surface treating.
HP Pelzer Automotive Systems, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A manufacturer of acoustic and trim components for automotive applications. Products include engine compartment & exterior components (engine encapsulation, outer tunnel insulators, hood insulators, outer dash insulators, wheelhouse liners, and fender insulators), trunk trim (load floor assembly, spare tire covers, molded carpet, and deck lid trim), interior trim (molded carpet, foam-in-place technologies, package trays, cab back panels, and accessory mats), and insulation components (inner dash, floor, rear seat, A-B-C pillars, and deadeners). Site functions include sales, research, acoustics, prototyping and accounting.
Hutchinson Antivibration Systems, Inc. in Cadillac, Michigan.
A supplier of vibration and acoustic insulation systems, dynamic sealing and magnetic encoding for the automotive and other industries.
IAC Spartanburg, Inc. in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Supplies flooring systems, dash insulators and trunk systems.
Industry Products Company in Piqua, Ohio.
A manufacturer of cargo and trunk area systems, acoustic watershields, die cut components for acoustic insulation, substrate, and sealing applications for the automotive industry.
Jacobs & Thompson, Inc. in Weston, Ontario.
A supplier of engineered foam products such as tapes/rotary die cuts/with or without adhesive, open cell polyurethane, closed cell PVC, felts 3M transfer and acrylic foam tapes, and micro cellular polyurethane (PORON). Capabilities include in-house adhesive coating. Automotive application areas include cup holders bin mats, glove box liners, trunk liners, cable wraps, air management seals, mirror patches, pillar insulation, squeaks and rattle prevention, and emblem and trim adhesion.
Jaeger-Unitek Sealing Solutions, Inc. in LaPorte, Indiana.
A manufacturer of automotive seals. Applications include trunks, windows, doors etc. Provides rubber and thermoplastics parts including diecut, molded, co-molded, extruded and co-extruded, and vacuum forms PP and metallocine.
Janesville Acoustics in Southfield, Michigan.
A supplier of thermal and acoustical insulation materials as well as decorative trim components. Products include door inserts, vehicle interior insulation, molded fiber products (hush panel, trunk bins, exterior fiber wheel liner, floor insulation, etc.)
JSP International, LLC in Madison Heights, Michigan.
A supplier of engineered plastic foams. Automotive application areas include bumper systems, door panels, center consoles, pillars, seating systems, side impact protection, instrument panels, carpet underlayers, visors, headrests, ductwork insulation, etc.
Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio.
A supplier of Estane® TPUs that offer polyester- and polyether-based products with hardness properties ranging from 70 Shore A to 80 Shore D. Flame retardant grades are available for extrusion and injection molding applications. Estaloc® RETPs offer glass and mineral reinforced thermoplastic polyurethane products and thermoplastic polyurethane alloys with a flex modulus range from 50 kpsi to 2MM psi and tensile strength up to 16,000 psi. A supplier of Estane® TPUs that offer polyester- and polyether-based products with hardness properties ranging from 70 Shore A to 80 Shore D. Flame retardant grades are available for extrusion and injection molding applications. Estaloc® RETPs offer glass and mineral reinforced thermoplastic polyurethane products and thermoplastic polyurethane alloys with a flex modulus range from 50 kpsi to 2MM psi and tensile strength up to 16,000 psi.
Lydall, Inc. in Manchester, Connecticut.
Automotive products include underhood thermal/acoustical solutions, underbody heat-management solutions, and interior engineered thermal/acoustical solutions.
Lydall, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
Develops and manufactures engineered specialty materials used for automotive heat shields and thermal and acoustical barriers comprised of organic and inorganic fiber composites, fiber-and-metal combinations, and all-metal components, for inside and outside vehicle passenger and engine compartments and around components such as exhaust systems, gas tanks, heat and air-conditioning ducts, batteries, and electronic components.
M&C Specialties Company in Southampton, Pennsylvania.
A die-cutter/converter of 3M automotive tapes, acrylic tapes, VHB products, BSR products, anti-squeak flocking, laminations, sound and vibration control products, and paint masking tapes. Applications include exterior and interior trim attachments, emblem attachment, anti-mutilation, surface protection films, shielding and conduction, anti-squeak, gaskets, under-hood labels, heat abatement, dual lock fastening, pressure sensitive adhesion, fabrics, and foams, etc.
Markel Corporation in Norristown, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of custom electrical, mechanical and thermal insulation solutions for the automotive and other industries. Products include high-temperature insulated wire, electrical tubing, fluid and mechanical tubing, and abrasion resistant control cable liners.
Material Sciences Corporation in Elk Grove Village, Illinois.
A full-service continuous coil coater offering metals for multiple uses including fuel tanks, transmission clutch rings, exterior and interior trim and pre-primed and pre-lubricated metals as well as processing up to 62 inch wide steel and aluminum coils, the company also offers in-line tension leveling, slitting and embossing.
MINILEIT, Inc. in Greenville, South Carolina.
Expertise in high-temperature insulation technologies. A full service supplier of thermal and acoustic 3D insulation solutions for the automotive and commercial vehicle markets. Specializes in multi-layer high-temperature insulation systems based on iTEX glass or silica fiber preform-shells embedded between a stainless steel lining for hot-end and turbocharger applications as well as acoustic insulation products for cold-end applications based on iTEX glass-fiber material, form-fitted into complex shapes or as filling, bag and net-material. Automotive applications include exhaust manifolds, turbochargers, diesel particular filters (DPF), catalytic converters (SCR), exhaust pipes, heatshields and mufflers. Site capabilities include R&D, project- and change-management, full-service production, prototyping, tooling and maintenance, as well as on- and off-site final assembly.
Molded Acoustical Products of Easton, Inc. in Easton, Pennsylvania.
Expertise in the areas of molded fiberglass, cabin filtration, custom designed products, hood insulators, high temperature insulation, fiberglass insulation for contoured shapes, high temperature, insulator composites, high temperature insulations, molded fiberglass insulation, constraint construction heat shields, engine compartment hood insulators, exhaust manifold insulation, battery insulators, etc.
ND Industries, Inc. in Clawson, Michigan.
A manufacturer of self-locking, self-sealing, adjustable fasteners, locking and sealing coatings for fasteners, seals and gaskets of PVC, crushable mastic and expandable rubber.
Noble Polymers in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Activities include research, testing, engineering and development of nanocomposites, acoustic deadening materials and high strength thermoplastics for applications such as seats, instrument panels, bumper fascias and step pads, etc. Polymers include thermoplastic polyolefins (TPO), thermoplastic elastomers (TPE), nanocomposites, non-halogenated flame-retardants and other specialty polymers.
NOVA Chemicals Corporation in Calgary, Alberta.
A supplier of engineered polyurethane systems with automotive applications for sound insulation, composites and structural foam, seating, armrests, headrests, steering wheels, coatings and adhesives.
Novagard Solutions, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio.
A manufacturer of polyvinyl chloride foam (PVC) for use in gasketing and noise reduction as well as silicone adhesive and sealants, including single component, two component and UV cure materials for use in gasketing, coating, encapsulating and bonding plus silicone greases and compounds.
O-FLEX, Inc. in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
A supplier of full service metal finishing, fabricating and assemblies. Product expertise includes various metalic and composite tubing products for applications in the automotive, commercial and industrial, and military industries. Core compentencies include anodizing, aluminum extrusions and fabrication, end forming and bending.
Owens-Corning Automotive in Novi, Michigan.
Develops solutions for automotive applications in the areas of closures, structures and interior/exterior acoustics. Products include acoustical and structural materials, headliner substrate, glass reinforcements and sheet molded compound body panels.
Owens Corning Thermafiber, Inc. in Wabash, Indiana.
A producer of mineral wool insulation material. Automotive applications include as an ingredient in brake shoes.
Pacific Die Cut Industries in Hayward, California.
A supplier of die cut, extruded and laminated gaskets, seals, and other interior trim components.
Plascore Incorporated in Zeeland, Michigan.
A manufacturer of structural honeycomb cores and honeycomb sandwich structures. Materials include Polypropylene, Polycarbonate, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Nomex, and Kevlar. Benefits include strength, acoustical, energy absorption, thermoforming and recyclable characteristics. Automotive applications include load floors, sun visors, battery trays, seatbacks, package trays, bolsters, pillars, bumpers, and headliners.
Polymer Technologies, Inc. in Newark, Delaware.
A manufacturer and supplier of acoustical composites for the control of noise and structural vibration. Capabilities include foam fabrication, waterjet cutting, molding. Automotive applications include HVAC, engine compartments, flooring, firewalls and body shells.
Sika Automotive in Madison Heights, Michigan.
A manufacturer of sealants and adhesives. Applications include acoustic, bonding, reinforcing and sealing from body in white through the paint shop and trim area. Offers full acoustic testing to optimize vehicle acoustic performance. Capabilities include material bench marketing, prototype development, product validation, performance optimization and analytical prediction.
Sorbothane, Inc. in Kent, Ohio.
A manufacturer and custom molder of proprietary urethane compounds including Sorbothane and SorboGel, which have favorable visco-elastic properties. Suitable for high-end shock isolation and vibration damping. Sorbothane is a cast material that is produced in a durometer range from 20 through 80 durometer (Shore 00 scale).
Soundwich, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio.
A manufacturer of acoustic and thermal treatments such as melt-on dampers, expandable dampers, oil pan dampers, high-temperature dampers, floor pan dampers, heat shields, and stiffeners.
Technicon Industries, Inc. in Concord, North Carolina.
A supplier of acoustical foams and other acoustical materials.
tesa tape, Inc. in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A global manufacturer of pressure sensitive adhesive tapes. tesa provides professional solutions for permanent mounting, marking, securing and identification as well as black out design, permanent protection, hole covering, cable mounting, temporary protection, design painting, masking and wire harnessing.
The Oakwood Group in Dearborn, Michigan.
Products include metal speaker grilles, overhead systems head impact energy absorbers, door side impact energy absorbers, front and rear bumper energy absorbers, etc.
The Woodbridge Group in Troy, Michigan.
A manufacturer of polyurethane foam products such as seating foam, safety energy-absorbing (EA) foam, acoustical foam, headliner foam and laminate foams.
The Zippertubing Company in Chandler, Arizona.
Provides jacketing and electronic shielding for wire and cable and flexible zip-on tubing for bundling and abrasion protection, d-track cable management system and automotive heat protection: aluminized fiberglass sleeving and custom shapes and sizes for high temperature protection.
UGN, Inc. in Tinley Park, Illinois.
A supplier of acoustic, interior trim and thermal management products such as interior carpets, dash insulators, dampers, headliners, rear shelf panels, absorbers as well as special application products.
UGN, Inc. in Somerset, Kentucky.
Products include carpet systems and sound treatment products including engine side parts, carpet underlayment and seat upper backs.
Unifrax Corporation in Tonawanda, New York.
A manufacturer of ceramic fiber products and innovative insulating solutions including Fiberfrax® ceramic fiber, and Insulfrax® and Isofrax® soluble fiber products.
Uniseal, Inc. in Evansville, Indiana.
A manufacturer of custom designed automotive products including sealants, adhesives, cellular foam products, thermoplastics and structural reinforcements. Facilities include research and development laboratories.
VisTech Manufacturing Solutions, LLC in Modesto, California.
Products include dash insulators, shift & parking brake boot, rear seat backs, spare tire boards, trunk mats, wheel liners, floor carpet underlayments (underpads), floor silencers, floor carpet hardsheet and stiffeners, stuffer pads for door panels/garnishments, scuff pads, toe pads, spare tire covers, wheel liner spacer pads, etc.
Woco Tech USA, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
Designs and produces actuators as well as offers acoustic and polymer technology solutions.
Woodbridge Foam Corporation in Kitchener, Ontario.
A custom molder of particle bead foam plastics products such as energy-absorbing substrates for impact countermeasures, custom and proprietary protective packaging materials. Automotive applications include head impact components, sun visors, headliners, trunk components, tool trays, bumper cores, underbody components, side impact components, door panels, knee impact components, instrument panels, etc.