The type of architectural aluminum profiles
in architectural applications may vary greatly depending on the actual application scenario. The section or cross section can come in a variety of thicknesses, which are also essential to provide form or function to a particular structure. Because of the many excellent characteristics of architectural aluminum profiles, manufacturers are very fond of using aluminum in the production of their products.
Architectural aluminum profiles are usually manufactured by extrusion. This involves the passage of the aluminium billet into a die with a particular cross section. The resulting extruded product can be a small piece or a more elongated version, as both are possible. With this in mind, different types of architectural aluminum profiles can be said to be the product of the extrusion process.
Aluminum window profile
Architectural aluminum profiles are useful not only in large applications, but also in small ones. In fact, they are also widely used as part of window frames. Windows are often exposed to different elements of the external environment, such as dust, rain, and heat. In addition to aluminum's light weight and flexibility, its corrosion resistance is one of the reasons they can be used as stable window frames.
Curtain wall aluminum profile
Curtain wall aluminum profiles come in different sizes and are mainly used to make curtain wall frames (also known as curtain wall keels) and sub-frames of cladding plates. Generally speaking, aluminum alloy profiles are used for glass and aluminum curtain wall keel and auxiliary frame.
Aluminum profiles for doors
Aluminum profiles for doors aluminum profiles for doors are used for heavy duty glass doors in buildings. They are part of the entire structure of sliding doors and usually work as a complete system.
Different types of architectural aluminum profiles are used to provide function, support, structure and stability. Manufacturers have been able to tailor these profiles to suit different uses, such as sliding doors, window sections, and building frames.