Non-Ferrous Metal/Alloys (30)
Suppliers of various non-ferrous metals and alloys used to manufacture automotive components.
Advanced Magnesium Alloy Corporation in Anderson, Indiana.
A magnesium recycling facility and supplier of magnesium alloys to the die-casting and aluminum industries.
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.
Alroko, Inc. in Pleasantville, New York.
A supplier of brake friction raw materials and mixes as well as equipment and machinery for producing and testing brake friction materials.
Copper Development Association, Inc. in New York, New York.
A trade development organization for the copper industry. Promotes the use of copper in automotive applications.
Cosma International, Inc. in Brampton, Ontario.
An automotive metal-forming supplier. Designs, engineers and manufactures exterior and interior vehicle systems. Products range from chassis stampings and bumper beams to large exterior sheet metal body panels.
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.
Fisk Alloy, Inc. in Hawthorne, New Jersey.
Manufacturers copper alloy wire to meet specific alloy and quality requirements in flat, round, square and special shapes.
Fusion, Inc. in Willoughby, Ohio.
A manufacturer of brazing and soldering alloys and machines.
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.
Indium Corporation in Utica, New York.
A supplier of materials used in electronic assembly applications.
Kaiser Aluminum Corporation in Bingham Farms, Michigan.
Site activities include material and alloy development as well as process development for aluminum products. Capabilities include extrude casting, forging research & development and small process operations.
Ken-Mac Metals in Richburg, South Carolina.
A distributor of aluminum, pre-painted aluminum and stainless steel sheet, strip and coil.
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.
Magnesium Elektron Powder Products North America in Manchester, New Jersey.
A supplier of magnesium products and services. Automotive application areas include instrument panels, intake manifolds, cylinder head covers, inner boot lid sections and steering components.
Material Sciences Corporation in Canton, Michigan.
Manufacturers of Quiet Steel® and other proprietary constrained layer materials. Automotive original equipment applications include acoustic and thermal performance enhancement in a range of NVH, coil coating, pre-painting, electro galvanizing and other areas.
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.
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.
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.
Pace Industries, Inc. in Grafton, Wisconsin.
A supplier of high pressure aluminum and fully-machined die castings produced on 600 ton thru 1800 ton machines, using 380 and 413 aluminum alloys to produce gear covers, rocker housings & covers, flywheel housings and other engine 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).
Sapa Precision Tubing Rockledge in Rockledge, Florida.
Supplies extruded aluminum shapes, tubing, and drawn tubing for automotive and other applications. Products include Macro MPE tube for use in oil coolers and charge air coolers, Micro MPE tube for use in radiators, condensers and charge air coolers and drawn tubing for liquid line applications.
Simbol Materials in Pleasanton, California.
A supplier of lithium, manganese, and zinc battery materials. Products include lithium carbonate for use in electric vehicle battery applications.
Spartan Light Metal Products, Inc. in Sparta, Illinois.
Services include aluminum die castings, full service machinery, assembly, painting, and design engineering.
Stahl Specialty Company in Kingsville, Missouri.
A provider of aluminum castings. Capabilities include engineering, heat treatment, process control, transportation, electronic communication, foundry, metallurgical, production machining and sub-assembly.
Teck Cominco Limited in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Produces zinc and lead and other non-ferrous metals and provides technical services. Equipment for the production of SLI batteries is also manufactured.
Thixomat, Inc. in Livonia, Michigan.
A technology transfer company for the patented Thixomolding® technology, a proprietary one-step process for the production of lightweight near-net shape, injection molded, magnesium parts for automotive and other applications. Services include technical assistance in the areas of product design, prototyping and providing contacts with licensed Thixomolding® parts manufacturers.
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.
Windsor Machine & Stamping Ltd. in LaSalle, Ontario.
Designs, engineers and integrates headrest frames and assemblies using wire products, tubular components, stampings, foam, fabric and plastic parts to produce assembled headrests. Other products include seating components, upper and lower exhaust hangers and assemblies, modular assemblies, structural brackets and braces.
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.