Ferrous Metals/Alloys (73)
Suppliers of ferrous metals and alloys used to manufacture automotive components.
ABC Metals, Inc. in Logansport, Indiana.
Specializes in brass, copper, and copper alloy strip such as beryllium copper or phosphor bronze.
Advanced Forming Technology USA in Longmont, Colorado.
Services include metal injection molding combining powder metallurgy and plastic injection, thixoforming, and metal matrix composites.
AK Steel Corporation in Butler, Pennsylvania.
A producer of flat rolled electrical and stainless steels as well as a supplier of stainless semi-finished slabs.
Allegheny Ludlum Corporation in Brackenridge, Pennsylvania.
A producer of specialty materials such as stainless steels, silicon electrical steels, tool steels, titanium, nickel alloys, as well as other alloys.
Allegheny Technologies Inc. in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A provider of stainless steel, nickel-based and cobalt-based alloys and super alloys, titanium and titanium alloys, specialty steels, tungsten materials, exotic alloys, which include zirconium, hafnium and niobium, and highly engineered strip.
Almetals Company in Wixom, Michigan.
A supplier of specialty metals including stainless steel, aluminized, Nizn - coat, stainless clad aluminum (for automotive trim applications) and clad copper.
Alphi Manufacturing, Inc. in Jonesville, Michigan.
A manufacturer of precision aluminum and steel tubular products for the automotive industry. Automotive applications include air conditioning, instrument panel structures, windshield wiper linkages, brake adjusters, rear sub-frames, catalytic converter oxygen sensor tubes, and air bag propellant bodies.
Aluminum Blanking Company, Inc. in Pontiac, Michigan.
A processor of surface sensitive coil products primarily in aluminum but also in stainless, electrogalvanized, galvanized and cold rolled steel. Services include toll processing such as cutting to shape (1st stage blanks), lubing (wet & dry film) and laydown analysis, interleaving, applying PVC, stenciling, tensile testing, surface inspection, package transfers, electronic bar code labeling, EDI and flash annealing.
American Iron and Steel Institute in Southfield, Michigan.
A trade association representing the North American steel industry.
American Nickeloid Company in Peru, Illinois.
A supplier of continuous coil products including pre-painted metals, pre-plated metals, pre-polished metals, vinyl-metal laminates and specialty coated metals. Available substrates include steel (cold-rolled, electro-galvanized, hot-dipped galvanized, stainless), copper, brass and aluminum. Finishes available include chromium, nickel, brass, and copper as well as various vinyl patterns and coatings.
ArcelorMittal Automotive North America in Chicago, Illinois.
Produces carbon and high-strength low-alloy flat-rolled steels for vehicle manufacturers.
ArcelorMittal Dofasco, Inc. in Hamilton, Ontario.
A steel solutions provider. Product lines include hot rolled, cold rolled, galvanized, Extragal™, Galvalume™ and tinplate flat rolled steels, as well as tubular products and laser welded blanks.
Arnold Magnetic Technologies Corporation in Marengo, Illinois.
A supplier of precision rolled thin gauge alloy strip and foil in both magnetic and non-magnetic materials including titanium, inconel, brass, stainless steel, silicon iron (Arnon™), Iron-Chrome Cobalt (Arnokrome™), etc. Alnico products include cast and sintered magnets.
Berlin Metals, LLC in Hammond, Indiana.
A supplier of tin mill products such as tin plate, black plate, TFS and tin coated sheet, stainless steel strip in slit coil form as well as galvanized light-gauge cold rolled sheet and strip and other coated steels.
Brillion Iron Works, Inc. in Brillion, Wisconsin.
A supplier of production gray and ductile iron castings in the weight range from 1 to 250 lbs. Capabilities include fully automated match plate, cope and drag, and vertical green sand molding. All electric induction melting. Warm air, shell, isocure and oil sand core capabilities. In-house pattern shop. Full CAD capability, PRO.E., AutoCAD, AFS Solid. Typical castings include housings, wheel hubs, crankshafts, flywheels, bearing caps, hydraulic castings. Capabilities also include knuckles and control arms.
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.
CBMM North America, Inc. in Bridgeville, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of niobium. Application areas include automotive steels.
Cristal USA in Hunt Valley, Maryland.
A supplier of titanium dioxide (TiO2) with applications for paints and coatings, catalysts, electronic chemicals, metal powders, etc.
Dorrie International in Norwalk, Connecticut.
A supplier of interior and exterior laminated products for trim and sealing applications such as engineered materials that seal vehicle windows and doors.
Dura-Bar® in Woodstock, Illinois.
A manufacturer of continuous cast iron bar stock, an alternative to many grades of carbon steel bar. Designed for applications that require close conformance to tolerances, excellent machinability and high strength. Available in ductile, gray and special alloyed irons, in rounds, tubes, rectangles and squares.
Eastern Alloys, Inc. in Maybrook, New York.
A supplier of zinc alloys. Products include die-casting alloys, gravity-casting alloys, slush-casting alloys, steel-coating alloys and mold-base alloys.
Electron Energy Corporation in Landisville, Pennsylvania.
Designs and manufactures high performance rare earth magnets and magnet assemblies.
Elektrisola Inc. in Boscawen, New Hampshire.
A manufacturer of fine and ultrafine copper magnet wire/enamelled copper wire and other specialty wire products such as enamelled aluminum wire, and enamelled copper clad aluminum wire, etc.
Emitec, Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A designer and manufacturer of metallic substrates and diesel PM for exhaust gas aftertreatment and evaporative emissions applications.
Engineered Materials Solutions, LLC in Attleboro, Massachusetts.
A supplier of specialty clad metal strip and bimetal thermostat material. Products include spiral thermostat bimetal coils for automotive viscous fan drive applications.
Essar Steel Algoma, Inc. in Burlington, Ontario.
An integrated steel producer manufacturing steel products including hot and cold rolled sheet, plate, welded beams and various blanks for automotive applications.
Essar Steel Algoma, Inc. in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.
An integrated steel producer manufacturing steel products including hot and cold rolled and heat-treated steel sheet, plate, welded beams and various blanks for automotive applications.
Federal-Mogul Corporation in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A technical center specializing in piston ring testing and development. Areas of expertise include heavy-duty pistons, steel/aluminum articulated pistons as well as heavy duty liners and heavy-duty piston rings.
Fusion, Inc. in Willoughby, Ohio.
A manufacturer of brazing and soldering alloys and machines.
Gerdau Special Steel North America in Jackson, Michigan.
An engineered SBQ bar producer utilizing electric arc furnaces, ladle furnaces refining, vacuum arc degassing, advanced rotary continuous casting, direct twist-free rolling, turning and polishing, and heat treating to produce engineered SBQ carbon and alloy hot rolled and bright cold finished SEAM-FREE steel bar products. Additional processes include heat treating (cold shear, normalize, LP, spheroidize, quench and temper) and surface and ultrasonic inspection.
Gibbs Wire & Steel Company, Inc. in Southington, Connecticut.
A processor of steel wire and strip. Products include stainless steel strip, carbon steel strip, nickel alloy & red metal strip, stainless steel spring wire, carbon spring wire, nickel alloy & red metal spring wire, etc.
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.
Heyco Metals, Inc. in Reading, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of precision specialty light gauge coil, sheet and metal strip made of copper & copper alloys and stainless steels and nickel-iron alloys. Automotive application areas include electrical connectors, terminals, electrical components, electronic components, fuel injectors, lighting components, seals & gaskets, etc.
Hitchiner Manufacturing Company, Inc. in Milford, New Hampshire.
A supplier of complete-to-print ferrous automotive investment castings, specializing in high volume powertrain, fuel and exhaust applications.
Hoeganaes Corporation in Cinnaminson, New Jersey.
Develops, manufactures, and markets ferrous metal powders used in the mass production of structural metal parts with applications in automotive engines, chassis, drive transmissions, etc.
IBC Advanced Alloys in Vancouver, British Columbia.
A supplier of specialty materials and rare metal allows. Products include copper alloys such as beryllium copper, chrome zirconium copper, chromium copper alloys, nickel aluminum bronze, ropper rod, as well as aluminum bronze in plate, bar, block and rings.
Jarden Zinc Products, Inc. in Greenville, Tennessee.
Products include roll-formed solid zinc strip trim. Automotive application areas include leaf spring liners, electrical fuses, decorative trim, etc.
Kemper AIP Metals, LLC in Califon, New Jersey.
A supplier of copper and brass, etc.
Keystone Powdered Metal Company in St. Marys, Pennsylvania.
Designs and manufactures powdered metal parts and Selflube™ bearings. Products include camshaft sprockets, forged helical pinions, park gears, carriers, inner races, crankshaft sprockets, coast clutch hub/input assemblies, magnetic actuators, mechanical diodes, driven sprockets, park sprag guides, spur gears, outer races, bearings, etc.
Lite Metals Company, Inc. in Ravenna, Ohio.
A magnesium foundry. Produces magnesium and aluminum prototype sand castings. Special processes include chrome pickling, magnesium heat treating and weld repair.
Lucas-Milhaupt, Inc. in Cudahy, Wisconsin.
A provider of metal joining products and services such as alloys, fluxes, automated equipment, and technical assistance.
Materion Brush Beryllium & Composites in Elmore, Ohio.
A supplier of beryllium alloys and composites.
Materion Corporation in Mayfield Heights, Ohio.
A supplier of copper alloys, copper beryllium alloys and beryllia ceramics. Automotive application areas include electronic signaling and power, actuation switches, relays, sensors and sensor terminals, engine compartment power connectors, coaxial connectors, signal connectors, EMC shielding, armature springs, thermal management, etc.
Materion Technical Materials, Inc. in Lincoln, Rhode Island.
A supplier of engineered, specialty strip metal solutions with applications including high-temperature connectors, wire bondable material systems for hybrid moduels, high-performance battery pack connection materials, and thermal products.
Meadville Forging Company in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
A manufacturer of closed-die forged products. Specializes in steel alloy wheel hubs, transmission gears, die components and kingpins.
Metal Powder Products Company in Westfield, Indiana.
A supplier of custom-engineered net-shape powder metallurgy products for a wide variety of automotive applications. Expertise includes a full range of PM material technology utilizing ferrous, non-ferrous, stainless steel and aluminum alloys. Products include clutch hubs, gears, cam caps, latch bolts, cams, and ring gears.
North American Höganäs, Inc. in Niagra Falls, New York.
A manufacturer of hydrogen reduced iron powders for the friction brake industry. Applications include both OEM and replacement brake formulations.
North American Höganäs, Inc. in Hollsopple, Pennslyvania.
A supplier of iron-based metal powders and high alloy metal powders for powdered metal component, friction, surface coating, welding and chemical applications.
Olin Brass in Louisville, Kentucky.
A copper alloy strip supplier to the automotive electronics industry. Products include alloys such as C151, C19020, C19025, C194, C195, C197, C19270, C4252, C5118, C5218, C638, C654, C688, C7025 plus a range of other standard alloys. Products are also available with various precious metal platings and tin coatings.
Olympic Steel, Inc. in Bedford Heights, Ohio.
A steel service center that specializes in processing and distributing flat-rolled carbon and stainless steel products, as well as tubular steel products including alloy plate; coated coil, sheets, blanks; cold rolled carbon coil, sheets, blanks; hot rolled carbon coil, sheet, plates; stainless coil, sheets, plates; 3CR12® stainless coil, sheets, plates; and tube hot rolled, cold rolled, round, square, and rectangular.
Pacesetter Steel Service Inc. in Kennesaw, Georgia.
A supplier of flat rolled steel products including regular, minimum and zero spangled galvanized-chemically or non-chemically treated, galvannealed, bonderized, cold rolled, aluminized and galvalume steel.
Precision Specialty Metal, Inc. in Los Angeles, California.
A provider of light gauge conversion mill for flat rolled stainless steel and high performance alloys.
PTC Alliance in Wexford, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of welded and cold drawn mechanical steel tubing, chrome plated bar products, fabricated tubular parts and precision components. Automotive capabilities include shock absorbers, rack & pinion steering, body & engine mounts, camshaft tubing, assembled camshafts, steering linkages, rocker arm shafts, sway bars, collapsible steering columns, intrusion door beams, drive/prop shafts, axle housings, hydroform frame tubing, bushings & bearings and exhaust components.
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).
Republic Steel in Canton, Ohio.
A supplier of special bar quality (SBQ) steel used in axles, drive trains, suspensions and other components of automobiles, off-highway vehicles and industrial equipment. Products include bottom poured ingots, hot rolled and cold finished bars and coils in a wide variety of carbon and alloy grades and quality levels.
Resistance Welding Products in Blenheim, Ontario.
A supplier of copper products for resistance welding applications.
Ryerson in Chicago, Illinois.
A distributor and processor of carbon, alloy, and stainless steel; aluminum; copper alloys; brass; and industrial plastics.
Scott Brass Inc. in Cranston, Rhode Island.
A mill producing brass & copper strip for automotive connector and other applications.
SinterCast, Inc. in Naperville, Illinois.
Develops, manufactures and markets process control systems for the industrial production of compacted graphite iron (CGI). The SinterCast process is marketed to foundries primarily for the manufacturing engines.
Special Metals Corporation in Princeton, Kentucky.
A provider of metal powder and nickel base metal alloy billets.
Special Metals Corporation in Huntington, West Virginia.
A manufacturer of heat- and corrosion-resistant nickel-base alloys for applications including exhaust systems, mufflers, exhaust valves, spark plugs, manifolds, and fasteners. The alloys are available as bar, rod, sheet, tubing, wire, and welding products and sold under the Inconel® and Incoloy® trademarks.
Special Metals Welding Products Company in Newton, North Carolina.
A supplier of nickel-base welding consumables for joining high-nickel alloys and high-performance steels; joining or repair-welding cast irons; welding dissimilar metals, and overlaying on steel using welding techniques. Products include filler wires and weldstrip, flux-coated electrodes, flux-cored wires, and fluxes.
The Timken Corporation in Novi, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive engineered bearings, alloy steels and related products and services. Products include axles, wheel ends, etc.
The Timken Corporation in Canton, Ohio.
A supplier of friction management and power transmission products and services including engineered bearings, alloy steels, etc.
ThyssenKrupp Materials North America, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
A provider of plastic parts.
TiMET Automotive in Exton, Pennsylvania.
A titanium-metals supplier. Products include titanium coil springs.
Ulbrich Stainless Steels & Special Metals, Inc. in North Haven, Connecticut.
A processer and distributor of stainless steel, nickel alloys, titanium and specialty alloys. Products include precision rolled foil and strip, precision rolled flat and fine wire, precision rolled shapes and profiles, sheet, plate and bar. Capabilities include slitting, edging, leveling, etc. Automotive applications include on-board safety systems, fuel systems, oxygen sensors, gaskets, headlight assemblies and ornamental trim. Metal alloys include stainless steel, nickel, titanium, titanium alloys, nitinol, niobium, zirconium, cobalt, etc.
United States Steel Corporation in Troy, Michigan.
A producer of steel mill products, coal, coke and taconite pellets (iron ore).
United States Steel Corporation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Manufactures and sells a wide variety of steel sheet, plate, tubular and tin products, coke, and taconite pellets.
U.S. Magnesium, LLC in Salt Lake City, Utah.
A supplier of magnesium metal raw materials.
Vesuvius, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio.
A supplier of consumables and services to the foundry industry which may be used in the manufacture of cylinder heads, crankshafts, steering knuckles and alloy wheels, etc.
Winsert, Inc. in Marinette, Wisconsin.
Specializes in developing high temperature, wear resistant alloys for valve seat insert (VSI) applications. Products include precision valve seat inserts, cobalt base alloy, iron base alloy, nickel base alloy, etc.
Wolverine Tube, Inc. in Huntsville, Alabama.
A supplier of surface-enhanced copper and copper alloy tube, high tech brazing and joining compounds, and specialty alloy tubes.