Aluminium Parts Fabrication
For many industries, aluminium is the fundamental raw material – for example the lighting industry, one of our main customer industries. The aluminum item can be extruded (continuous profiles), die cast (single piece limited in size) or completely machined using CNC milling, turning and bending machines. Each method has their unique field of product properties.
We offer all of these manufacturing methods.
Casting requires not only machinery. In fact, it is the labour work that distinguishes and defines quality within die casting products.
We offer a wide range of die cast products with press capacities of up to 800 tonnes and high precision. Our expertise and experience of working with tooling manufacturers enables us to resolve and match customer requirements and technical/machine capabilities.
Most of our extrusion products are based on drawings from OEM customers, in particular for the lighting industry.
Nevertheless, we can also provide a large variety of generic profiles without having to invest in a new mold.
Our standard extrusion products in mill finish are 6.1m in length.
Deburr & Machining
A burr is a raised edge or small piece of material remaining attached to a work piece commonly created by machining operations such as extrusion, die casting or milling.
To deburr an item means to remove such raised edges.
Often deburring accounts for a significant portion of manufacturing costs.
The surface finishing gives protection and the product’s final look.
We offer a range of surface finishing including anodising, powder coating, and chrome-plating. These come in different colors and coat thicknesses.
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The advantage of segmented reflectors is the usage of highly reflective aluminium, for example Alanod’s Miro 5 and Silver, which gives a light reflection of up to 95%.
The reflectors can be manufactured to any size and drawing whereby the tooling costs are low – making these segmented reflectors ideal for project work.
We manufacture louvres since 2002 and are today one of the leading manufacturers.
Despite LED lighting having taken over the T5/T8 markets, we still export a large amount of louvres to Europe and Australia.
Currently, most of our OEM customers are in the process of developing an LED-optimised louvre.