Vibration Control (38)
Manufacturers supplying automotive vehicle vibration control components.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Avon Automotive in Cadillac, Michigan.
A supplier of low-pressure hoses for air-induction, fuel and coolant systems.
BRC Rubber & Plastics, Inc. in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
A molder of rubber products with applications in automotive engine and body sealing as well as chassis and suspension systems. Development capabilities include CAD engineering, rubber formulation development, and custom tool design. Products include spring pads.
ContiTech North America, Inc. in Montvale, New Jersey.
A supplier of air spring systems, elastomer coatings, fuel hoses, hoses and hose assemblies for heating/cooling systems, belt drive systems and vibration control products.
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.
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.
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.
Dongah America, Inc. in Taylor, Michigan.
A supplier of anti-vibration products including engine mounts.
DTR Industries, Inc. in Bluffton, Ohio.
Products include anti-vibration components, engine mounts, strut mounts, torque rods, dynamic dampers, muffler hangars, and hose (rubber, PVC, fuel, straight, curved, ATF oil, filler neck).
Endura Plastics, Inc. in Kirtland, Ohio.
A custom injection molder and assembler. Products range from interior assemblies to under-the-hood components produced from high temperature thermoplastics. Specializes in brake reservoir assemblies and engine control module componentry. Services include injection molding with full engineering design capabilities, decorating, welding (sonic, hot-plate & spin), machining, etc.
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.
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 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 Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A manufacturer of anti-vibration systems and products such as active dampers, active mounts, body mounts, cradle mounts, engine mounts, exhaust hangers, flexible exhaust couplings, intermediate brackets, jounce bumpers, mass dampers, rrll restrictors, stabilizer bar bushings, strut mounts, suspension bushings, torque struts, transmission mounts, etc.
Kent Manufacturing Company in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A converter (laminating, slitting, die cutting) of adhesive coated materials. Automotive interior applications include bolster fabric attachments, carpet attachments, seat frames, storage compartment foam cushions, sunroof fabric attachments, rear view mirrors, and vanity mirrors.
Lord Corporation in Cary, North Carolina.
Designs, manufactures and markets devices and systems to manage mechanical motion and control noise and vibration; formulates, produces and sells general purpose and specialty adhesives and polyurethane coatings; and develops products and systems utilizing magnetically responsive technologies.
Lord Corporation in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Suspension components, body panels, mechanical products for vibration, shock, noise & motion control.
Magna International, Inc. in Aurora, Ontario.
A supplier of automotive systems, assemblies, modules and components. Capabilities include the design, engineering, testing and manufacture of automotive interior systems; seating systems; closure systems; body and chassis systems; vision systems; electronic systems; hybrid & electric vehicles/systems; exterior systems; powertrain systems; roof systems; as well as complete vehicle engineering and assembly.
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.
Michigan Rubber Products, Inc. in Cadillac, Michigan.
Services include compression/transfer molding, rubber and plastic injection molding, extrusion, and automated cutting & assembly. Products areas include air induction, NVH, static gaskets, tubing (air, water, and fuel), 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.
PMC SMART Solutions, LLC in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A plastic injection molder. Supplies integrated plastic components and assemblies to the automotive and other industries. Specializes in under-hood components for engine management systems. Expertise in plastic processing of thermoplastic insert, hot-oil, thermoset, compression and transfer molding plastic materials including glass-filled nylons, PPS, Acetal/POM, PPA/Amodel, PET, PBT, ABS, etc. Capabilities include product design, prototyping, tooling and high-volume production.
Principal Manufacturing Corporation in Broadview, Illinois.
A provider of fineblanking and conventional stamping services including insert molding, broaching, welding, deburring, drilling, CNC machining, milling, tapping, turning, and assembly requirements. Current capabilities include plastic insert molding, fineblanking up to 500 tons, and conventional stamping up to 400 tons. Other products include screw machine components such as pins, bushing, and shafts for assemblies.
Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Corporation in Wayne, New Jersey.
A supplier of advanced film products, bonding tapes, foam seals, foam tapes, bonding tapes, fluid handling hose and tube, machined and molded fluoropolymers, cable lining, foam gaskets, bearing and wear products, Norglide bearings, etc.
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).
Spectral Dynamics, Inc. in San Jose, California.
A supplier of systems and software for vibration testing, structural dynamics and acoustic analysis. Applications include design verification, product testing and process improvement by manufacturers of all types of electronic and mechanical products.
Stabilus, Inc. in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
A manufacturer of hydro-pneumatic adjustment elements (gas springs), hydraulic vibration dampers, hydraulic door stays, and automatic opening and closing systems for doors, trunk lids, and tailgates.
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 Milan, Ohio.
A supplier of ride control products and exhaust systems including shocks, struts, vibration control products, load assist products, springs, roll control systems, manifolds, and catalytic converters.
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.
Trelleborg Automotive Americas in South Haven, Michigan.
A provider of vehicle anti-vibration and acoustic management services. Products include systems for engine mounting, suspension, exhaust, fluid circulation, impact protection, brake shims and flexible boots.
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.
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.
U.S. Farathane Corporation in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
A custom molder of plastic in standard, insert, shuttle and rotary two-shot (dual durometer) injection processes and cast PVC. Simple assembly, automation, hot plate weld and other value added services. Black box design capable, also custom compounder of thermoplastic urethane resins. Also manufactures micro-cellular urethane components using Autothane MDI compound.
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.