Aluminium Extrusions

Aluminium Extrusion is a technique used to transform aluminium alloy into objects with a definitive cross-sectional profile for a wide range of uses. It involves the process of passing heated raw aluminium of desired length based upon the product specifications through a pre-decided set of dies (with shaped openings) with the help of pressure and heat. Then it is cooled for the stretching process. Its malleability allows it to be easily machined and cast according to the lengths specified by the customers.

Flow Chart (Maintained By Our Associates)

Advantages Of Aluminium Extrusion

Components made from aluminium extrusions are some of the commonest parts used in the manufacturing industry and can be seen in many day to day applications, from cars to aircraft and office equipment to lighting to name a few. The lightweight, durable and flexible design properties of aluminium extrusions give them a vast range of structural and finishing uses, whether in their naturally bright-unfinished form, powder coated, electroplated or anodised.

Aluminium extrusions can be produced in a vast range of shapes and sizes to suit the requirements of your particular product. Once extruded, a component can be cut, machined, punched or formed prior to the final surface finishing as required.

Following are some of the unique features of aluminium extrusion:

  • High strength-to-weight ratio - one-third the weight of steel.
  • High speed machining.
  • Easy component joining.
  • Highly resistant to corrosion.
  • Flexibility - strength and hardness adjusted by the addition of other elements.
  • Non-Magnetic.
  • Increases in strength as temperature decreases.
  • Highly efficient Thermal / Electrical Conductor.
  • Non-Toxic.
  • Reflective - can be polished to bright finish.

Aluminium extrusion is often the most viable solution that meets the specific manufacturing needs of design flexibility, cost savings, and product performance.

Aluminium Extrusion Facility (With Our Associates)

  • Extrusion Press Capacity 900MT, 1000MT & 1800MT
  • C.C.D. up to 200mm (solid) & C. C. D. up to 178 mm (hollow) for Press Capacity 1800MT
  • C.C.D. up to 147mm (solid) & C. C. D. up to 125 mm (hollow) for Press Capacity 1000MT
  • Melting Furnace 5MT
  • Hot Top Casting Ø127 x 6 MTR & Ø178 x 6 MTR
  • Log End Cutting Machine Ø127 x 6 MTR & Ø178 x 6 MTR
  • Log Heater Ø127 x 8 MTR & Ø178 x 10 MTR
  • Die Pre – Heater 18 KW (500 x 500 x 400 MM)
  • Ageing Oven 6 M. Ton (30 ft) & 4 M. Ton (20 ft)
  • Die Nitriding Furnace 18 KW
  • Automatic Material Handling System
    • Cooling Water Table 7 MTR Width X 42 MTR Long.
    • Puller 30 M. Ton
    • Stretcher Ø 350 MM Circular Saw
    • Rough Cutting
    • Finish Cutting
  • Pre-Treatment Setup
  • Universal Testing Machine
  • Hardness Tester
  • Spectrometer
  • Overhead Cranes 5 TONS x 2
  • Cooling Tower 500 TR
  • Titanium – Boron Rod Feeder Unit unique technology to add Titanium – Boron elements while alloy making to make the alloys complete in all elements and smooth finish on sections.