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U Channel Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of U channel manufacturers and suppliers. Find U channel companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture U channels to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top U channel manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the U channel companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product news articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of metal trim, steel channels, or metal channels of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Skokie, IL

    With decades of experience in roll forming, Samson is your number one provider of U Channels and many other roll formed shapes. Located in Chicago IL, we also provide stamping, bending, parting, and assembly as value added options for our customers. We even do custom shapes if a stock option is not right for you. Call or visit our website for more information!

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  • Berkeley, IL

    Johnson Bros. provides a complete line of roll formed parts. Our U channels are available in a variety of metals and finishes, and we can provide additional inline fabrication as part of the manufacturing process. We have been roll forming since 1948, and have served hundreds of industries since our inception. Small or large run, we do it all, so call us today!

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  • Elkhart, IN

    United Roll Forming specializes in roll forming for a broad variety of industries. Due to our state-of-the-art technology, we have the capacity for the most efficient production in roll forming. We also have the ability to match your custom aluminum or steel parts and create brand new prototypes from your drawings. Get an online quote, or call one of our dedicated representatives today!

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  • Louisville, KY

    With roll forming services from Roller Die, your company can take advantage of an economical and efficient way of getting the metal components it needs. Our roll forming process has been perfected over many decades in the custom metal business, allowing us to quickly produce strong U channels that are made to exact specifications. We can create both standard shapes and custom jobs, both of which are produced at the highest quality levels possible.

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  • Ixonia, WI

    ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer specializing in custom roll forming. We manufacture all shapes of channels, and our U channels are roll formed in gauges from .005 to .165 and widths up to 48". We have 35 roll formers working to serve almost any industrial need. For more information or to discuss your custom needs, contact us online or via telephone.

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  • Racine, WI

    Providing quality products and unmatched customer service has been our priority since we first opened our doors in 1999. At Premier Products of Racine, we offer our u-channels with both standard and custom options. Our state-of-the-art equipment allows for our team of experts to achieve tight tolerances and produce our parts from a broad range of materials. Contact our team today and we’ll help you get started with your project.

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  • Athens, TN

    Founded in 1945, Mills Products is an ISO 9001 certified highly respected component manufacturer. We are well-known for our appliance handles and oven window assemblies. Utilizing cutting-edge technology, we manufacture a variety of roll formed, hydroformed, die case and stamped parts into complex assemblies. We even offer the capabilities to produce custom styling for unique applications.

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M. P. Metal Products Achieves ISO 9001 : 2015 Certification

  M. P. Metal Products is excited to announce its certification renewal from ISO 9001:2008 to ISO 9001:2015.  As a part of the ISO certification process, M. P. Metal Products engaged in a rigorous audit of its business and manufacturing processes, as well as product quality requirements.  These standards improve the experience of working with M. P. Metal Products for our customers and throughout our organization with a specific effect impact on Sales, Accounting, Maintenance, Purchasing, Outsourcing, Shipping, Receiving, Production, Resource Management, Quality Management Systems and Measurement Analysis Improvement.   ... Read More

businessIndustry Information

U Channels

The design of a U channel is very similar to a C channel where a flange rises up from either side of the base. However, U channels are much deeper and typically have a rounded bottom rather than a squared flat one. Sometimes a U channel will even have walls that are two different lengths so that the channel can be custom fitted to a particular area. U channels can be made from a variety of plastic and metal materials, and they are a general purpose utility molding that can be used for many industries and applications.

One very common application for U channels is to use them for trim around glass in showers. A U channel can be made to fit around the edge of glass panels and add a nice finishing touch while creating a curved edge. Many contractors prefer to install aluminum U channels with a protective coating so that they do not corrode over time due to moisture exposure. U channels are also used as railings, conduits, components in boat accessories and repair pieces for window frames. When a U channel is designed to be affixed to something, holes are drilled in the flanges or in the bottom to allow for screws or blots to pass through.

There are several roll forming methods for manufacturing U channels, but one that is becoming increasingly popular is cold roll forming. In this process, an undeformed piece is gradually bent into a U shape. This method is particularly efficient when employed on high strength sheet metal. Cold roll forming requires a specialized machine that slowly pushes the metal into the form of a U channel without having to spend time heating it. The slow, uniform force exerted on the metal causes it to conform to the new shape without suddenly cracking. As mentioned above, U channels have many applications in residential construction, but they can also be found in industries like commercial construction, warehouse operations, and aerospace. Although they vary greatly in size, thickness and material, the concept and manufacturing process for all U channels remains very similar.



U Channels
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U Channels - Johnson Bros. Roll Forming Co.
U Channels - Johnson Bros. Roll Forming Co.