Suppliers of ceramics used to manufacture automotive components.
Carpenter Technology Corporation in Reading, Pennsylvania.
A manufacturer and distributor of specialty materials including stainless steels, titanium alloys, super alloys and various engineered products. Applications include engine and exhaust system components and safety systems. Product forms include bar, billet, wire, strip and custom shapes.
Ceradyne, Inc. in Costa Mesa, California.
A supplier of advanced technical silicon nitride ceramics. Applications include cam rollers, diesel fuel pump rollers, valve lifters & tapets, and valves.
CeramTec North America Corporation in Laurens, South Carolina.
A supplier of automotive ceramic components including electrical substrates, insulators, actuators, and sensor elements.
CoorsTek, Inc. in Golden, Colorado.
Designs and manufactures components, integrated assemblies and automated systems using technical ceramics, precision-machined metals, and high-performance plastics. Products include thick film substrates for automotive electronic circuitry and ceramic components used in sensors to control exhaust emissions and fuel mixture.
Corning, Inc. in Corning, New York.
Manufactures advanced ceramic catalytic converter substrates.
Ferro Corporation in Mayfield Heights, Ohio.
A producer of performance materials such as glass coatings, ceramic glaze and porcelain enamel coatings, pigments; electronic materials; specialty plastic compounds; polymer additives; and plastic color, including color concentrates and liquid colors.
H.C. Starck Inc. in Newton, Massachusetts.
Produces metal and ceramic powders, non-ferrous metals, intermediates for advanced ceramics, and processes these materials into semi-finished and finished parts. Also produces thermal spray powders.
Heany Industries, Inc. in Scottsville, New York.
A supplier of industrial ceramics and wear-resistant and thermal barrier coatings (TBC).
Kyocera America, Inc. in San Diego, California.
Designs, manufactures and assembles ceramic microelectronic substrate/packaging and interconnect solutions for a broad range of electronic controls. ECU substrate applications include dash-boards, engines or powertrains. Substrate/packages are also used for sensors, switches, navigational aids, ignitions, voltage regulators, electric engines, antilock systems, etc. Services also include the manufacture of various high frequency, liquid crystal, optics, ceramic material utilized in ITS components.
Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corporation in Mountain Home, North Carolina.
A supplier of indexable cutting tools.
Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corporation in Vancouver, Washington.
A supplier of ceramic components for automotive and other applications. Products include various ceramic engine components, cam rollers, seals, glow plugs, and silicon nitride heaters for oxygen sensors, insulators, gas turbine components and aluminum foundry and die-casting related products.
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.
NGK Automotive Ceramics USA, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A supplier of ceramic substrates. Application areas include emission control systems such as diesel particulate filters for passenger cars and heavy-duty vehicles.
Reade Advanced Materials in Providence, Rhode Island.
A SDVOSB manufacturer and custom processor of specialty chemical solids (metal, mineral, ceramic, composite, conductive, magnetic, powder, strip, wire, nanoparticle, metal foam, ceramic foam, natural fibers, additives, reinforcements, processing, blending, packaging).
SABIC Innovative Plastics in Wixom, Michigan.
Expertise in window systems development. A provider of engineering thermoplastics resins, silicon-based products and technology platforms, and fused quartz and ceramics. Technologies include using polycarbonate in automotive glazing systems.
Schunk Graphite Technology, LLC in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of carbon brushes and brushcards, carbon contacts, fuel cell plates, complete sub-assemblies, sintered bearings/powder metal parts and various components/ sub-assemblies for the automotive industry. Additional applications include seal rings for automotive water pumps, vanes and rotors, high temperature piston rings, and dies for metal casting.
Thermal Ceramics, Inc. in Augusta, Georgia.
A global supplier of refractory and insulation technology for the automotive market. Products include Superwool® and Kaowool® fibers for automotive applications including filtration, friction, insulation, heat shields, and metal matrix composites (MMCs).
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.
Wacker Chemical Corporation in Adrian, Michigan.
A supplier of silicone fluids, silicone rubbers & silicone resins, silanes and fumed silica.