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Sheets for equipment parts

Aluminium sheets for equipment parts, chassis and other

Constellium manufactures a full range of sheets and coils for formed equipment parts for the automotive sector in its cutting-edge production plants in Singen (Germany) and Neuf-Brisach (France).

A wide-ranging offer of automotive equipment parts

Building on aluminium’s natural advantages, we have devised automobile equipment parts that stand out for their design, lightness, forming optimization and safety standards. We supply parts that include:

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    Automotive equipment parts

    seat components;
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    dashboard reinforcements;
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    pedal mountings;
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    door trimmings, chassis and suspension parts;
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    wipers;
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    electronic applications;
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    electrical base carriers;
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    brackets;
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    tank components.

Our production plants produce rolled aluminium products of the highest quality to meet specific technical challenges in terms of alloy selection, fabrication procedure, surface quality, and forming behavior.

Anticipating customer needs

At Constellium, we are committed to supporting customers in their continuous efforts to reduce the weight of their products. By expanding upon the advantages offered by aluminium, we can supply the automotive equipment industry with a full range of semi-finished products for its sector.Customers benefit from an efficient and reliable delivery service from both Packaging and Automotive Rolled Products manufacturing sites. Beginning as early as the design and conception phase, we stand out for our technical support and know-how. We aim to ensure complete customer satisfaction in the increasing push towards lightweighting, forming optimization and safety constraint awareness.

Key-fact

The main advantages of aluminium components in automotive manufacturing are its resistance to corrosion and its low weight.

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Last update 29 April 2013 Back to top