Catalytic Converters (44)
Suppliers of vehicle exhaust catalytic converter systems and related components.
Alabama Cullman Yutaka Technologies, LLC in Cullman, Alabama.
Produces torque converters, exhaust systems, and catalytic converters.
Anchor Manufacturing Group, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio.
A manufacturer of class A appearance trim including front and rear skid plates, step plates, window and door sills and assemblies; steering column components including jacket and tube assemblies, straps, levers, lock adapters, braces, brackets, and other safety critical components; welded assemblies, and standard stampings for interior, exterior, structural, exhaust, NVH, ride control, seating, brake, chassis, and other applications. Materials include stainless steel, carbon steel, advanced high strength steel, galvanized and organic coated steel, aluminum and high strength aluminum, beryllium copper, and other metals. In-house capabilities include advance product development, prototyping, metal stamping, welding, automation, machining, staking, riveting, tapping, fabricating, powder coating, and tool & die.
Arvin Sango, Inc. in Madison, Indiana.
A supplier of exhaust systems and other components. Products include mufflers and general exhaust parts and components as well as door impact beams, C-class stampings, upper fuel tanks, lower fuel tanks, and instrument panel reinforcements.
ATES, Inc. in Hamilton, Ontario.
Expertise in active thermally managed catalytic converter systems.
ATTC Manufacturing, Inc. in Tell City, Indiana.
Produces machined brake rotors, brake drums, steering knuckles, rear carriers, engine bearing caps, drive shaft brackets, and differential cases. Capabilities also include stainless steel exhaust modules, pre catalytic converters, main catalytic converters, modules, turbine housings, bearing caps, flywheels, etc.
BASF Catalysts, LLC in Iselin, New Jersey.
A provider of technologies for environmental, process, appearance and performance applications. Manufactures automotive emissions control catalysts and materials such as precious metal salts and solutions, special-effect pigments, metal coatings, etc.
Bosal International North America in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
A manufacturer of passenger car and truck exhaust systems; catalytic converters; towbar systems; roof bars and roof racks; wind deflectors; jacks and toolkits; precision steel tubing; as well as energy conversion components.
Boysen USA Alabama, LLC in Brookwood, Alabama.
A suplier of automotive exhaust systems. Products include mufflers and catalytic converters.
Boysen USA Gaffney, LLC in Gaffney, South Carolina.
Supplies diesel exhaust manifolds, catalytic converters, diesel particulate filters and silencers, etc.
CalsonicKansei North America, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of systems and components for exhaust, engine cooling, climate control, front end modules, cockpit modules, clusters, and interior plastics.
CalsonicKansei North America, Inc. in Shelbyville, Tennessee.
A manufacturer of car air-conditioning systems, heat exchangers, exhaust systems, and electro-mechanical parts.
Cardington Yutaka Technologies, Inc. in Cardington, Ohio.
An automotive parts supplier. Primary parts produced include torque converters, catalytic converters, and exhaust systems.
Clean Diesel Technologies, Inc. in Ventura, California.
A developer and manufacturer of catalytic coating solutions such as Mixed Phase Catalyst (MPC®) catalytic coating technology to produce catalyst formulations for a wide range of environmental applications.
Corning, Inc. in Corning, New York.
Manufactures advanced ceramic catalytic converter substrates.
Eberspächer North America, Inc. in Northport, Alabama.
Specializes in automotive exhaust systems. Products include mufflers, exhaust pipes and catalytic converters.
Eberspächer North America, Inc. in Brighton, Michigan.
Produces exhaust systems and components such as catalytic converters.
Emitec, Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A designer and manufacturer of metallic substrates and diesel PM for exhaust gas aftertreatment and evaporative emissions applications.
Engine Control Systems, Ltd. in Thornhill, Ontario.
Develops, manufactures and markets complete emission control systems for automotive and other applications. Products include exhaust accessories, mufflers as well as catalytic emission control components for diesel, LPG, and CNG fuelled engines.
Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies, LLC in Taylor, Michigan.
Manufactures catalytic converters, air induction and filtration components, manifolds, early light-off converters, catalytic converters, resonators, mufflers/silencers, and tubing and exhaust tips.
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.
Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Manufactures automotive electronics and electrical parts and systems including airflow sensors, throttle bodies, engine and transmission control modules, alternators, distributors, ignition coils, idle speed control valves, electronic throttle controls and transfer case control modules.
Johnson Matthey ECT in Wayne, Pennslyvania.
A supplier of automotive emission control catalysts for gasoline and diesel engine vehicles.
Katcon Global S.A. in Apodaca, Nuevo León.
A supplier of catalytic converters, exhaust manifolds, SCR systems, diesel particulate filters, manifold mounted converters, formed exhaust tubes/pipes, mufflers and complete exhaust systems.
Magneti Marelli Powertrain USA, Inc. in Sanford, North Carolina.
A manufacturer of powertrain components including engine-control systems, exhaust systems, gearboxes, applied electronics, shocks, and suspension systems.
Metal Textiles Corporation in Edison, New Jersey.
A manufacturer of wire mesh products including exhaust seals, gaskets, catalytic converter support mesh, end support rings and spherical ball joint systems. Applications include mufflers, catalytic converters air & fuel filters, air bags, compressors, and fuel injection, etc.
Midwest Acoust-A-Fiber, Inc. in Delaware, Ohio.
Manufactures thermal acoustical engineering products for high temperature insulation and noise suppression. Products include fiberglass, eglass, basalt, diabase, ceramic, vermiculite, and wood mat. Automotive applications include internal combustion engine components, catalytic converters, crossover pipes, insulation, fuel tanks, mufflers, exhaust manifolds, turbo chargers, firewalls, hood liners, heat shields, etc.
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.
Mitsui Kinzoku Catalysts America, Inc. in Frankfort, Kentucky.
Products include catalytic coverters for automotive and other applications.
Nelson Global Products, Inc. in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Products include automotive exhaust tube and pipe components such as catalytic converter shell assemblies, etc.
Nett Technologies, Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario.
A manufacturer of catalytic emission control products specializing in exhaust pollution control for urban buses, trucks and other applications. Products include catalytic converters, catalytic mufflers, diesel particulate filters, and other emission controls for diesel, LPG, natural gas and gasoline engines. Capabilities include exhaust emissions analysis and verification in an in-house engine emission test laboratory.
Peasa Autopartes S.A. de C.V. in Azcapotzalco, D.F..
A supplier of exhaust systems, catalytic converters, molded bars, molded pipes, stamped parts, heat shields, brackets, etc. Processes include welding, stamping, cutting, bending, forming, etc.
Phillips & Temro Industries Ltd. in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.
Designs and manufactures products in the areas of diesel cold start technology and emission control engine pre-heating systems (such as engine block heaters, diesel fuel warmers, etc.) and intake air heating systems (grid heaters; intake and exhaust silencing (combination silencers/catalysts, engine intake/exhaust silencers, engine spark arrestors, blower silencers, air filtration products, exhaust system accessories), etc. Also produces engine cooling fans.
Precision Combustion, Inc. in North Haven, Connecticut.
Develops and manufactures Microlith™ catalytic reactors for a range of applications, including engine exhaust cleanup, fuel processing, and fuel cell system oxidizers. Products are fast light-off catalytic converters for IC engines, fuel processing systems for providing hydrogen to fuel cells and catalytic oxidizers for fuel cell systems.
ProCat Testing in Wixom, Michigan.
Specializes in the design, development and testing of vehicle emission systems.
PurePOWER Technologies, LLC in Blythewood, South Carolina.
A supplier of diesel power systems. Expertise includes clean engine control and emissions management solutions. Products include high presure oil pumps, oil rails, fuel injectors, fuel and exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) sysems, exhaust aftertreatment systems, and various metal castings.
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.
TABC, Inc. in Long Beach, California.
Produces sheet metal components, steering columns, catalytic converters, and coated catalytic substrates. Also assembles commercial trucks. Operations include stamping, body welding, painting, catalytic coating, catalytic converter assembly and steering column assembly.
Tenneco, Inc. in Lake Forest, Illinois.
A manufacturer of emission control and ride control products and systems for the automotive and commercial vehicle original equipment and aftermarkets. Areas of expertise include shocks, struts, vibration control products, load assist products, springs, roll control systems, manifolds, and catalytic converters.
Tenneco, Inc. in Cambridge, Ontario.
A manufacturer of complete exhaust systems for the automotive emissions control industry.
Umicore Autocat USA, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of automotive emission control catalysts. Services include the processing of base metals and precious metals into specialty materials for emission control catalysts.
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.
Watson Engineering, Inc. in Taylor, Michigan.
A tubular and sheet/plate metal fabricator specializing in tubular components, bracketry and weldments for the automotive and other industries. Automotive products include intake manifolds, exhaust manifolds, catalysts, brackets, fuel rails, gears and flanges, etc.
Wescast Industries, Inc. in Brantford, Ontario.
A supplier of exhaust manifolds for passenger cars and light trucks. Designs, develops, casts and machines high-quality iron exhaust manifolds for automotive OEMs. Other products include turbine housings, integrated turbo-manifolds and catalytic converter containers.
Williams-Bayer Industries, Inc. in Westland, Michigan.
Capabilities include CNC tube bending, CNC tube cutting, stamping, component assembly, welding, stud staking, etc. Products include catalytic converter shells and exhaust pipes.