Aluminum and its alloys are the most used non ferrous materials after steel. Because of their degree of specific resistance, the alloys are used in the fabrication of cans, car bodies, aviation, sport equipment, navy, structures, etc.
Aluminum is a low density metal (2,7 g/cm3), which has great thermal conductivity, superior corrosion resistance and has also a good forming aptitude due to it’s excellent ductility. By combining alloy elements (Mg, Si, Cu, Zn), we can make aluminum alloys with a great variety, in their mechanical properties. The type of aluminum alloy will depend on the typical treatment of each alloy (hardening by deformation (H) or thermal treatment (T) and of the microstructure.
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Bus bars, highway signs, chemical plants, transportation industry, food industry, construction industry, tanks, heat exchangers, lamp posts, aluminum structures, refrigeration equipment, foundry patterns, build-up of missing sections, etc.
Building up missing sections, architectural works, aluminum sculptures, frames, truck bodies, aluminum furniture, food equipment, engine blocks, transmission casings, pipes, tanks, thin and thick sections, castings, etc.
Brazing of aluminum parts, kirksite dies, zinc die casted parts, thin galvanized steel sheets, fillingholes in aluminum boats, joining of aluminum extruded parts, motorcycle parts, outboard motor parts, chainsaw parts, lawnmower parts, etc.
Rebuilding of aluminum cast parts, Kirksite dies, zinc die casted parts, thin galvanized steel sheets, filling holes in aluminum boats, joining of aluminum extruded parts, motorcycle , lawn mower or chainsaw parts, dissimilar assembly between aluminum-copper-steel, etc.
Aluminum structures, boat parts, truck bodies, engine blocks, window frames, refrigeration equipment, radio instruments, food equipment, aluminum furniture, etc.