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                                    About American Aluminum Company

                                    Amalco was established in 1910 and is a fourth-generation, family-owned business. Henry Brucker, born in 1874 in Newark, New Jersey, was the oldest of nine children. At the age of ten, Henry's father died, and he assumed the responsibility of becoming the family's sole provider. His first job was working at a hat factory as a mail runner, and he later became a hat former and blocker. At the age of 13, Henry worked for U.S. Electric (now Westinghouse) and later became a foreman over five boys operating nail machines on a production line.

                                    Henry's infatuation with aluminum started when he was attracted to an article written in Scientific America about the discovery of light metal aluminum and its possible uses. He later saw an advertisement for a 3" scale made of aluminum, said to be as light as a feather. "Looks like silver and strong as steel. Send10¢ for sample." That was the beginning of Henry's career in aluminum.

                                    Early Years of American Aluminum
                                    Early Years of American Aluminum
                                    American Aluminum Employees in the 40's
                                    American Aluminum Employees 1940's

                                    Henry's fascination with aluminum continued as he secured employment working for metal fabricating companies doing brazing, operating foot and power presses, as well as all other secondary operations associated with metal forming. At age 22, he was experienced in a number of manufacturing processes, including aluminum. He was a good problem solver and liked to read articles on production. His early experiences working with aluminum and his supervisory abilities led him to the New Jersey Aluminum Company, where he spent the next 14 years of his life. It was a period of rapid expansion for aluminum and its uses.

                                    Henry Brucker - Founder (right)
                                    Henry Brucker - Founder (right)
                                    American Aluminum Early Products
                                    American Aluminum Early Products

                                    In 1910 the New Jersey Aluminum Co. was purchased by the Aluminum Goods Manufacturing Company, and its operations were moved to the Midwest. This provided the impetus for Henry Brucker to go ahead with his plans for a business of his own. In October, 1910 he rented a few hundred square feet in a loft building in Newark, New Jersey, and purchased a spinning lathe. Henry was in business! His first products were popular aluminum specialties of that era — tea balls and drinking cups.

                                    Henry's special skills, talents, knowledge, and enthusiasm for the metal forming business have been passed down through four generations of the Brucker family. After starting with aluminum cups and novelty items in 1910, our products now include a wide range of consumer, industrial, and defense-related parts. Having long outgrown our original shop in Newark, New Jersey, Amalco is now located in a 60,000 square foot facility in Mountainside, New Jersey. We're a vertically integrated metal forming company specializing in custom and standard enclosures made by deep drawing or hydroforming technologies.

                                    We offer contract metal forming capabilities designed to minimize lead times and reduce costs. As a means of adding further value to our services, secondary operations are available, including: spinning, dip brazing, spot welding, Heliarc® welding, CNC machining, painting, anodizing, and light assembly. All manufacturing processes, as well as tool/die design, engineering, design services, and prototyping are performed at this location in Mountainside, NJ. Amalco does not use offshore facilities.

                                    Amalco works with all metals, such as aluminum, stainless steel, Hastelloy®, brass, copper, steel and a variety of specialty materials. Our facility meets the precise Mil specs and standards required for Government, Aerospace and Military products. The markets we serve now include defense/aerospace, security, medical, communications, HVAC, electronics, aviation, marine, pharmaceutical, and general/industrial.

                                    Our work conforms to MIL-I-45208. With our MIL-Grade quality system, our commercial customers enjoy the same critical quality control standards that have allowed us to deliver Defense Department products for many years. Amalco employs the latest technologies in its QC inspection processes, and maintains its own QC Manual focused on maintaining a goal of "Zero Defects on All Products Produced."

                                    Amalco meets United States government regulations for International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). As a producer of deep drawn and hydroformed specialty materials for Government, Aerospace and Military products, American Aluminum Company continues to satisfy all of the documentation and training requirements necessary to maintain this important Federal Government requirement for defense related materials and services. Reg. M20157 Exp. 10/31/2011

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                                    Why Do We Choose Amalco?

                                    “Amalco offers a 'one-stop shop'. In the past, our combustion cones were shipped back and forth between several subcontractors to have them perform different production steps. Amalco performs each of these operations at one facility, thereby reducing our cone supplier base from three to one. Now, we coordinate inventory and communications with only one cone supplier, which saves us invaluable time and resources.”
                                    — L.N., Director Of Supply Chain Management
                                    for a major manufacturer of waste oil burning heating systems
                                    Industries Served

                                    Automotive
                                    Aviation
                                    Brazing
                                    Communications
                                    Defense/Aerospace
                                    Electronics/Electrical
                                    Food Processing
                                    General Industrial/Manufacturing
                                    HVAC
                                    Lighting - Industrial
                                    Marine
                                    Measurement & Control Instrumentation
                                    Medical/Dental
                                    Motors
                                    Ordnance
                                    Pumps
                                    Pharmaceutical
                                    Security Products

                                    Partial Client List

                                    AT&T Technologies
                                    Becton Dickinson
                                    Boeing
                                    BAE Systems
                                    General Dynamics
                                    General Electric
                                    Honeywell
                                    Novartis (Ciba-Geigy)
                                    Litton Industries
                                    Lockheed
                                    Motorola
                                    Raytheon
                                    TRW
                                    Teledyne
                                    Texas Instruments
                                    Bosch Security Systems

                                    Design and Engineering Support for Hydroforming and Deep Drawn Metal Manufacturing

                                    With 100 years and four generations of experience, Amalco offers design and engineering support for customers in need of deep drawn and hydroformed metal parts. Our team is ready to help you solve design challenges and answer your hydroforming process and deep drawing process questions. If you are new to metal forming and fabrication, Professor Metal is here help you get started.

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                                    AMALCO American Aluminum Company
                                    230 Sheffield Street, Mountainside, NJ 07092
                                    Phone: 908-233-3500
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