Aluminum, source information, extraction, composition, recycling, advantages, features and qualities of one of the most used in the industry today materials.

Bauxite ore quarry

Mountain where Bauxite is extracted

Bauxite rock fragment

Unwrought aluminum fragment

Fragment of clean aluminum

Aluminum become profile for carpentry

This text will try to explain some interesting facts about one of the materials used in the industry for over 100 years. Aluminum is not a ferromagnetic metal chemical element is the third most common to be found in the earth’s crust, forming 8% of it. We need extraction of bauxite ore in mines or quarries natural to transform through a process called Bayer bauxite into alumina. Another transform alumina electrolysis process Aluminium metal end, ready for its passage by the industry. It is in this sector where this metal carries many advantages and qualities. Its low density, its high corrosion resistance and high malleability stand at Aluminium in second place in the metal most used in industry after steel. It has very little cost of recycling, thereby promoting reuse to promote the environment, in addition to a huge life in their products. In the aluminum sector, which is what we are concerned, there are many rows that produce all kinds of profiles, from billet aluminum base or clean, so to fit any need. Being a metal conductor, it is advisable to isolate the internal walls of the profile with polyamide thermal break (RPT) to achieve greater energy efficiency in the home. There are also numerous finishes applicable to our windows, and to adapt to the likes and needs of each client. Year after year our engineers develop new profiles to progress in important issues such as energy savings, resistance, sealing, finishing and functionality, improving our quality of life. In our small family business, manufacture of aluminum doors and windows since 1986, incorporating the latest trends and market demands. Contact us for any additional information.

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