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AUTOMOTIVE, RACING & COMMERCIAL VEHICLE ALLOYS & TECHNOLOGIES

One of the biggest challenges facing automotive designers and engineers today is balancing mandatory emissions and fuel reduction targets with high consumer expectations for highway vehicle performance, safety and durability.

Whether you are focused on downsizing current internal combustion engine designs to improve power train efficiency and cut CO2 emissions, or ensure that under-the-hood connectors offer maximum strength and conductivity, or that rider safety is not compromised by a lighter frame, our materials and process technologies will enable you to break through the design limitations you have encountered with conventional materials.

With more than 85 years' of applied materials engineering experience, and more than 40 years' experience supplying advanced materials for the automotive industry, our team of engineers can help you identify the high performance alloys and process enhancements that will ensure you get the properties required by your specific automotive application.

NEW! WHITE PAPER

Download our white paper, "Improving Engine Performance with High Performance Alloys," to read a case study showing how valve seats, valve guides and compression rings made of specialty alloys increase part life and engine efficiency.

POWERTRAIN

Automotive Materials

Downsize your engine with high performance alloys and composites to reduce CO2 and improve fuel efficiency without sacrificing vehicle performance or reliability.

    Learn about our powertrain materials

ELECTRICAL

Automotive Materials

Optimize your connectors by using durable, highly reliable alloys and materials process technologies to get the specific combination of properties needed.

    Learn about our electrical connector alloys

STRUCTURAL AND SUPPORT

Automotive Materials

Increase vehicle efficiency by reducing body weight of structural components and Body in White (BIW) frames by as much as 25 percent.

    Learn about our structural and support materials