Saylor Technical Products has been manufacturing flexible, non-metallic, wire and hose protection (SLEEVING and LOOM) for well over a century.
Saylor Technical Products has been manufacturing flexible, non-metallic, wire and hose protection (SLEEVING and LOOM) for well over a century. It started with three brothers with a desire to develop a strong, yet versatile insulation for residential wiring. In the early 1900's, the Saylor Brothers began meeting the expressed needs of the automotive industry. Saylor began to grow - covering multiple diverse applications and crossing several industries. That growth lead into what today is the automotive and electrical business - with product acceptance in many motor vehicle, heavy equipment, marine, and recreational vehicle applications we service today.
In 2011, Saylor Products was purchased by the owners of Breyden Products, of Columbia City, Indiana. Renamed, Saylor Technical Products, Jay Miller and Mike Zuber believed in the uniqueness of the capabilities that Saylor provides. In 2014, Jay and Mike moved Doug Mueller into leadership role to help grow the business.
Located on 6 acres of property in the Northwest corner of Ohio, Saylor Technical is primed for growth and strives for 100% customer satisfaction and product excellence. Ford Motor Company, Chrysler Corporation, General Motors, The U.S. Army, Bluebird Coach Company, even the fine arts sector have found us capable of meeting their unique needs. We have a wide variety of stock products ready to ship and our team is ready to help spec your custom project.
Saylor Technical Products has thrived because of flexibility and innovation. Saylor is now poised to produce and manufacture not only loom and sleeving products, but also our ability to braid and develop specialty cords and tapes for an ever changing marketplace. Our ability to meet customer demands continues to evolve and because of our family oriented, “can do” attitude, we are building better products more cost effectively and on time – allowing us to meet the expectations of a demanding customer base.