Once you’ve been through the design process and we’ve created the die to be used, the process of aluminium extrusion is a relatively straightforward one. The aluminium alloy to be used is heated before being pushed through the die at extremely high pressures, resulting in aluminium profiles that reach lengths of up to 42m as they’re pulled from the die. These profiles are cut to the required length and can be anodised or powder-coated to your specific requirements, and we offer a complete fabrication service to complement our aluminium extrusions.
Aluminium extrusion requires less bespoke tooling than alternative manufacturing methods, and this allows us to keep the cost of producing aluminium profiles very competitive. Ideal for both short and long run projects, aluminium extrusion is also well suited to product trials and development prototypes, giving you the opportunity to test your product design using real-world manufacturing techniques.
At UK Profile Components we ‘Love Aluminium’, and this passion has driven us to establish relationships with some of premier aluminium extrusion suppliers in the UK and across Europe. This gives us unrivalled versatility and we’re able to ‘cherry-pick’ the most suitable and cost-effective supplier to meet your specific needs, and due to our volume of business we can negotiate excellent rates on aluminium extrusions.
Whether you’re looking for aluminium profiles for agricultural or automotive applications, follow the aluminium extrusion process below for a clear explanation of the various stages that go into creating each aluminium profile, then contact UK Profile Components direct for more information. Speak to Jackie Kelly today and she’ll be happy to offer help, advice and an estimate for your aluminium extrusions.