Hoyt Corporation manufactures precious metal electrical contacts used in Diesel-Electric Locomotives, Mass Transit, LRV and GE Contactors. Hoyt manufactures electrical contact assemblies used in Master Controllers and track side signaling. We operate our own copper extrusion mill for complete quality control and precise sizing with copper backings. We produce our powder metal tips from silver and copper powder mixed with cadmium oxide, tungsten and other semi-refractory contact materials to insure long lasting, quality electrical contacts.
PowerRail is a certified AAR M-1003 distributer, manufacturer, and remanufacturer of aftermarket locomotive parts and components, offering a wide range of products, supporting both EMD and GE locomotives. We offer both New and Unit Exchange Remanufactured components to accommodate any budget.... Read More
Smith Systems Inc. is a privately owned manufacturer of speed sensors, motion sensors and temperature sensors, as well as sensor controls, custom instrumentation, and cable harnessing associated with these devices. Our capabilities range from commercial standards (found in assembly and process...
With almost a century of industry experience, at Hoyt Corporation, manufacturing electrical contact assemblies is our primary strength. We produce finished contact assemblies made chiefly from high-density refractory metal compositions of silver or copper blended with tungsten or molybdenum, as... Read more
At the Hoyt Corporation, we are a powder metal contacts supplier that manufactures high-density powder metallurgically produced refractory metal contact materials that set the industry standard for performance. We operate a fully equipped powder metallurgy department housing specialty powder... Read more
Hoyt provides a wide array of low-to-medium voltage flexible connectors used in vibration motor mount and transformer applications. The Hoyt flexible braided custom connectors are produced from either braided copper wire or thin-leaf copper strips. Hoyt shunts feature solid-tube end... Read more
When you want to manufacture copper parts and components, there are multiple ways to achieve the same results. Forging and extrusion are 2 reliable methods. Here is a comparative guide illustrating the differences between forging copper and making custom copper extrusions. Read more