Aluminium is a durable, lightweight and relatively soft non-ferrous metal. Some alloys can be heat treated to enhance the mechanical properties. Aluminium can be produced in many alloys for difference applications such as Automotive and Aerospace where the parts have to be light and have some resistance to corrosion and stress.

Aluminium is non magnetic and acts as an excellent thermal and electrical conductor. It is very well suited to casting, machining and a variety of other finishes.

Key Industrieschair-part-499

  • Automotive
  • Aerospace
  • Rail
  • Oil & Gas, Petrochemical
  • Food & Beverage

Typical Applications

  • Engine parts
  • Aerospace frames and cradles
  • Solenoid and valve bodies
  • Brackets and hinges
  • Suspension parts

Processes & Tolerances

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