Hillsborough, NJ, United States
Hillsborough, NJ, United States

Cooper-Standard Automotive Inc., headquartered in Novi, Michigan, is an automotive supplier specializing in the manufacture and marketing of systems and components for the automotive industry. Products include body sealing systems, fluid handling systems and NVH control systems, which are represented within the company's two operating divisions: North America and International. Cooper-Standard Automotive employs approximately 22,000 people globally with more than 70 facilities in 19 countries around the world. Wikipedia.


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Standard Automotive | Date: 2017-03-08

Method of treating a steel tubing (12) with a coating to resist corrosion, the method including:advancing the steel tubing (12) along a processing path;heating the steel tubing (12) to a first temperature;cleaning the steel tubing (12) heated to the first temperature with a hydrogen-nitrogen gas mixture;cooling the cleaned steel tubing (12) to a second temperature;reheating the cleaned steel tubing (12) to a third temperature; andapplying a layer of zinc-aluminum coating (102, 202) on the reheated steel tubing (12).


A double wall steel tube includes an inner tube wall and an outer tube wall. The inner and outer tube walls are formed from a tubing material including an inner layer of iron steel, first and second outer layers of an alloy of aluminum and silicon, a first intermediate layer disposed between the inner layer and the first outer layer, and a second intermediate layer disposed between the inner layer and the second outer layer. The first and second intermediate layers include aluminum, silicon and iron. The inner and outer tube walls are brazed together.


Patent
Standard Automotive | Date: 2017-03-22

A fuel tube (10) for a gasoline engine includes an outer polymer layer (12) of polyamide, an inner polymer layer (14) of polyamide, and an intermediate permeation barrier layer (16) of ethylene vinyl alcohol copolymer (EVOH). The permeation barrier layer (16) has an ethylene content of approximately 24 to 29 mol percent and a thickness between approximately 0.02mm and 0.07mm.


Patent
Standard Automotive | Date: 2015-07-01

A hose made from a composition including one or more of EPR, EPDM, a silane-grafted polyolefin and a silicone-modified polyolefin; an one or more of fibers, polyamide powder, and ultra high molecular weight polyethylene powder. A hose comprising an outermost layer formed from a composition comprising: (A) at least one of EPR, EPDM, a silane-grafted polyolefin and a siliconemodified polyolefin; and (B) at least one of an ultra high molecular weight polyethylene powder, a polyamide powder, and fibers.


Patent
Standard Automotive | Date: 2017-05-10

A hose made from a composition including one or more of EPR, EPDM, a silane-grafted polyolefin and a silicone-modified polyolefin; an one or more of fibers, polyamide powder, and ultra high molecular weight polyethylene powder. A hose comprising an outermost layer formed from a composition comprising: (A) at least one of EPR, EPDM, a silane-grafted polyolefin and a siliconemodified polyolefin; and (B) at least one of an ultra high molecular weight polyethylene powder, a polyamide powder, and fibers.


The invention relates to a method for producing a brake pipeline or fuel pipeline, comprising: providing a pipeline (10, 70), which comprises an inner pipe (20), a coating (30) covering the inner pipe, and an end segment (12); performing a layer removal on the end segment (12) along a first layer-removal segment (13) in such a way that the surface of the end segment (12) causes a first coefficient of friction (1) in the region of the first layer-removal segment (13); performing a layer removal on the end segment (12) along at least a second layer-removal segment (16) in such a way that the surface of the end segment (12) causes a second coefficient of friction (2) less than the first coefficient of friction (1) in the region of the second layer-removal segment (16); shaping the end segment (12) in order to form a flange (40, 40a), which has an end sealing face (41, 41a) and a contact face (42, 42a) facing away from the sealing face (41, 41a), in such a way that the first layer-removal segment (13) forms the sealing face (41, 41a) and the second layer-removal segment (16) forms the contact face (42, 42a).


Patent
Standard Automotive | Date: 2016-01-19

A weatherstrip and associated method of forming the weather-strip includes a body having a core formed of a first material and at least partially encapsulated in an extrusion material. A bright strip or metal show surface is integrated within the extrusion body to provide an aesthetically pleasing bright strip. The end of the bright strip is formed at an end of the weatherstrip to provide a one-piece structure.


Patent
Standard Automotive | Date: 2016-02-01

A below belt bracket assembly includes a weatherstrip or glassrun having first and second sidewalls interconnected along a base member that form a cavity configured to receive an associated window edge. A support member has a cavity configured to at least partially receive the weatherstrip. A first end of the support member includes first and second retention members that each operatively engage an end region of the weatherstrip. A recess/opening formed between the first and second retention members is dimensioned to receive the end region of the base member such that the end region of the weatherstrip base member ramps downwardly from the support member base wall through the recess/opening.


Patent
Standard Automotive | Date: 2015-09-16

An example mount assembly includes an upper mount and a lower mount. The assembly also includes an inertia track having a central opening defining an axis. The inertia track defines a passage in fluid communication with the first chamber and the second chamber. The inertia track is moveable along the axis.


Patent
Standard Automotive | Date: 2016-11-30

A supporting clip (100) is configured to support at least one tubular member (11, 12), in particular a fuel pipe or a brake pipe (15). The supporting clip (100) extends in a longitudinal direction and comprises a first supporting portion (110), a second supporting portion (120), and a locking structure (130). The first supporting portion (110) supports the tubular member (11, 12) at a first position (16). The second supporting portion (120) supports the tubular member (11, 12) at a second position (17) which is spaced apart from the first position (16) in the longitudinal direction. The locking structure (130) is disposed between the first supporting portion (110) and the second supporting portion (120). The first supporting portion (110) and the second supporting portion (120) are pivotable relative to each other about a rotational axis (A), thereby defining an angular position. The locking structure (130) prevents a relative rotational movement between the first supporting portion (110) and the second supporting portion (120) when the first supporting portion (110) and the second supporting portion (120) are arranged at predetermined angular positions.

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