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Processing the Widest Range of Metals and Alloys to Meet Your Critical Tolerances

Whether used for medical instrumentation, aerospace technology, computers and electronics, automotive or countless other industries and markets, HPM is the world's premier source for rolled metal strip and foil.

HPM products are in the scales at your supermarket, aboard the satellites that circle our globe, and designed into automotive sensors. Our alloys are surgically implanted in the form of medical cans and integrated into the CRTs of PCs and televisions. They are ultimately made into diaphragms, strain gages, membrane switches, metal stampings, electronic connectors, and more.

HPM metals are critical to applications worldwide
Strain Gage and Precision Resistor Foils
Cathode Ray Tube and various television parts
Diaphragms – convoluted and flat
Aerospace Applications
Dome or Membrane switches for cell phones and industrial applications
Implantable medical cans
Endoscopic equipment and surgical staplers
Electronic connectors
Automotive sensors and controls
Precision metal stampings
Photo Chemical Machining Industry
Flexible Metal Foil Heaters and Circuits
Rotary Dies
Brazing Foils
Appliance and Industrial Control Applications
Weaving Reeds and Dents
1.5 mm? or 1.5 microns? Tell us your definition of thin metal strip or foil.

Thickness Capability and Tolerance Chart

Think of the HPM metallurgical staff as an integral member of your R&D team. We can assist you in determining the right metal or alloy for your application based on required mechanical properties and surface finishes. We can produce experimental and short-run lots for your prototypes. And we can verify and test final product parameters prior to order placement. In fact, the HPM engineering team stands ready to assist your in-house team any step along the way.

As an initial next step in your specification process, please access our extensive library of technical data sheets below to research which HPM metal and alloy best satisfies your application, whether:

  • Stainless and heat-resisting steels
  • Nickel and high-nickel alloys
  • Nickel-based superalloys
  • Cobalt-based superalloys
  • Precision resistance and strain-gage alloys
  • Copper and copper alloys
  • Titanium
  • Controlled-expansion alloys

Contact HPM sales or technical support for any assistance you may need.