Showing that it is ready for whatever electrification can throw at the automotive industry, Industria Metalli will bring a selection of products for EVs and hybrids to Global Automotive Components and Suppliers Expo 2019.
Visitors to Global Automotive Components and Suppliers Expo looking for accurate thermostats and thermostat housings should pay a visit to Chinese company Dongfeng-Fuji-Thomson Thermostat, which has been designing, developing and manufacturing thermal management products for the last 30 years.
Metal component manufacturer CMS’s team of engineers and specialists will be at the show to explain how they are developing the company’s production processes and optimizing component designs to be suitable for use in modern low-emission vehicles.
For electrical applications that require low losses, especially at high frequencies, components made from soft magnetic composites (SMCs) can provide more design flexibility as they can often be designed smaller, lighter and cheaper, and can make integration with the surrounding system easier.
Polish machining company Barosz is investing in its automation equipment, to further improve the precision and speed with which it can finish cylinder heads, gearbox casings, engine blocks and suspension components.
Visitors to Global Automotive Components and Suppliers EXPO looking for electronic connectors and housings should make a note to drop by 2E mechatronic’s stand, where the company will display a selection of industrial microsystems.
TIP is a Chinese manufacturer of rubber components, and will have a series of rubber hoses, hose assemblies, seals, grommets and rubber parts on show at Global Automotive Components and Suppliers Expo.