Enclosing technology with seamless metal solutions.

Hudson Technologies is a leading U.S. green manufacturer of deep drawn metal enclosures, or cases, and stampings, including metal diaphragms. Hudson Technologies' core capabilities include expertise with a variety of high performance metals, including stainless steel and titanium, along with aluminum, aluminized steel, cold rolled steel, brass, copper, Mu metal, nickel, cupro nickel and more.

Design engineers turn to Hudson Technologies for custom enclosures and metal diaphragms for their technology whether they need a prototype or high-volume production. The catalog has over 15,000 standard deep drawn shapes and sizes available with little to no tooling charges. Engineered products offer custom components designed to customers' specifications.

Hudson Technologies' seamless enclosures, also referred to as cases, cans, covers, containers and deep drawn metal stampings, are integral to aerospace, aviation, automotive, battery enclosures, electrical, irrigation, implantable medical devices, flow meters, relay cases, semi-conductor, mechanical seals, edge welded bellows and other industrial applications worldwide.

Hudson Technologies holds ISO 9001:2008, 13485:2003 and 14001:2004 certification and is a green manufacturer, using only environmentally- sound lubricants and an aqueous cleaning system. No chlorinated lubricants or solvents are ever used to manufacture our products.

Based in Ormond Beach, FL, Hudson Technologies (formerly Hudson Tool & Die) is located in Volusia County. It is within 20 minutes of Daytona International Airport and just over a one hour drive from Orlando (via I-4) or Jacksonville (via I-95) in East Central Florida.

Hudson Technologies has over 240 employees and is a business of JSJ, a privately held U.S. corporation based in Grand Haven, MI that designs, develops and markets products and services around the world.

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