Andros Manufacturing Corporation utilizes state-of-the-art single and multi-spindle screw machines and other equipment to produce high-precision parts in a short turnaround time. Our product offerings include:
Davenport Screw Machine Products
Andros Manufacturing Corporation is equipped with single and multi-spindle screw machines to honor your short, medium, and large production runs. Our screw machining operations for automated production include broaching, burnishing, roll stamping, knurling, milling, drilling, threading, trepanning, slotting and cross drilling/tapping.
Andros Manufacturing Corporation also offers secondary operations in plating services like anodizing, black oxide, copper, tin, nickel or zinc as well as many heat treating services. Andros also does hand and automated assembly operations.(Read More)
Our PL-259 Connector is made in the USA, giving you the assurance of engineering and manufacturing superiority. These connectors are made from brass with a Teflon insulator. UHF connectors are available in a silver-plated or tri-alloy version. The tri-alloy version comprises Copper-Tin-Zinc or White Bronze. (Click here for tri-alloy information). Widely used for frequencies up to 300 MHz in cable assemblies, antennas, CB or ham radio. Designed to fits cable RG8, RG9, 87A, 213, 214, or 225. They can also be used with UG-175 and UG-176 reducers.(Read More)
These connectors feature a silver-plated body with genuine Teflon dielectric and a gold-plated brass pin for superior connectivity. This 2-piece component is as easy to install as a PL-259 connector. Andros Manufacturing Corporation offers a weather-proof N connector range that consists of a rubber washer and an O-ring to keep moisture out. (Read More)
Andros Manufacturing Corporation provides type F connector series for all your superior performance connecting needs. Precisely machined brass body, designed for unmatched weather and corrosion resistance.
All our versatile connectors in this category are designed to meet 3/8-32 thread specifications and the needs of transmission and distribution environments. These are among the most inexpensive connection for coaxial cables to communications devices and to other cables. (Read More)