MAT Foundry Video
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Who We Are
An introduction to the Mat Foundry Group and its manufacturing plants the world over.
MAT Foundry Group's success as a leading supplier of cast iron automotive components is in no small part to the incredible people who work with us.
A detailed look at the highly quality products we supply to the automotive, hardware and fencing industries.
MACHINING BRAKE DISCS
Have you ever wondered what goes in to making the 8.5 million brake discs MAT Foundry Group produces every year?
LANCHESTER BALANCING SYSTEM
Assembled and machined by Schmidt Automotive, the Lanchester Balancing System cast by MAT Foundries Europe is found in vehicles across the world.
Passenger cars performance is constantly improving. As a result, mechanical stresses on the components are increasing – particularly for chassis applications.
industrial hydraulic housing
This complex core intensive cast is forged by the specialist MAT Dania facility, and supplied to leading fluid power industries around the world.
The Creation of a Camshaft
The MAT Foundry Group machines 2.5 million cam shafts a year. See how...
The Differential Case
The MAT Foundry Group create differential cases found in vehicles across the world. Learn more...
Heavy Duty Brake Calliper
The Heavy Duty Brake Callipers produced by MAT Foundry provide optimum efficiency. Take a look...
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
We continually invest in new technologies in order to develop the highest quality automotive components in the world.
MELTING AND POURING
MAT Foundry Group casts 550,000 tonnes of grey and ductile iron every year. We turn recycled scrap metal into some of the most reliable automotive components available.
TESTING AND INSPECTION
MAT Foundry Group invests hugely in state-of-the-art testing and inspection facilities.
Melting at MAT Foundry
MAT Foundry Group melts 550,000 tonnes of iron every year - recycling scrap metal into millions of new parts and components.
Finishing at MAT Foundry
Every part created by MAT Foundry is visually inspected and finished. See how...
Pouring at MAT Foundry
The MAT Foundry Group pours 550,000 tonnes of metal every year. Learn more...
Machining at MAT Foundry
The MAT Foundry Group's continued investment in advanced machining technology allows us to produce industry leading grey & ductile automotive & industrial components. See for yourself...
High-Quality cores are essential to the iron casting process. See how we create them...
WELCOME TO DANIA
Dania has been casting and machining complex hydraulic components since the 1940s.
HRADEC'S MACHINING LINE
Check out Eurac Hradec's CNC machining line. These state of the art machines will be working round the clock to finishing 3,000 tonnes of brake drums a year.
Employing 350 staff, this plant produces brake callipers and carriers, diesel injection pump housings and backing plates.
MAT Dalian boasts world class production facilities and state of the art inspection equipment. It manufactures grey and ductile iron automotive components with a total capacity of 50,000MT per year.
Split across three locations: UK, Czech Republic and Germany; Eurac produces brake discs and drums for OEM and aftermarket. With a casting capacity of 120,000 MT, Eurac also machines 5.5 million brake discs and drums per year with its three machining facilities.
A flyby of our Dania facility. Split across two locations in Denmark and Poland, they specialise in the production of Industrial Hydraulic Housings.
MAT Machining Europe - Fly Over
Learn more about our five machining plants based in Germany.
Located in Ecatepec Mexico City, MAT Mincer Ltd houses three modern foundries and spans more than 170,000 square feet. Learn more...
Our Neunkirchen facility has recently switched on four brand new furnaces, arranged in two tandem setups. Take a look...
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