Aluminum Extrusion Profiles Manufacturer
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American Aluminum Extrusion Company

Our vast range of Aluminium Products including aluminium extrusion profiles offer the customer unrivaled performance, functionality and innovation.

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Bor Aluminyum was founded in 1997 with its own facility in Çerkezköy / Tekirdag.  Our company's first step in the industry was the production of ingot casting.Bor Aluminyum started to manufacture billet casting to get the needs of Turkey's demands after one year from ingot casting.

Bor Aluminyum, which has been running two production branches for several years, then turned to just billet production and became one of the serious billet producer companies in the country.

Bor Aluminyum has started to export billets abroad and adding new ones to its customers in the country. Until 2008, Bor Aluminyum fulfilled the production deficiencies of domestic profile facilities and made outsource casting.

Our company, which casts aluminum billets with recycling products and imported ingots, has decided to establish a profile facility by making a new investment in 2008-2009. Bor Billet's investment, which started rapidly in building, infrastructure and machinery investments, was completed in 2010 and started to spoken about itself in profile production.

Aluminum Extrusion Company in USA

Extruded aluminum channels refer to aluminum channels that are manufactured through the extrusion process. Extrusion is a manufacturing technique where a material, in this case, aluminum, is forced through a die to create a specific shape with a continuous cross-section.

In the case of extruded aluminum channels, the process involves pushing heated aluminum billets (raw material) through a specially designed die. The die has a profile that corresponds to the desired shape of the aluminum channel, which is usually a U-shaped cross-section resembling a channel or the letter "U."

As the aluminum billet is forced through the die, it takes on the shape of the die cavity, resulting in a continuous length of aluminum channel with the desired cross-sectional profile. The extruded aluminum channels can then be cut to the desired lengths for various applications.

Extrusion offers several advantages in the production of aluminum channels:

  1. Design flexibility: Extrusion allows for the creation of complex and customized shapes, including different channel sizes, profiles, and dimensions. This flexibility makes it easier to meet specific project requirements.
  2. Efficient production: Extrusion is a highly efficient manufacturing process that enables the continuous production of aluminum channels with minimal material waste. The process can be automated, ensuring high production rates and cost-effectiveness.
  3. Consistency and precision: Extrusion ensures consistent and precise dimensions across the length of the aluminum channel. The die used in the extrusion process determines the shape and dimensions of the channel, resulting in uniformity and accuracy.
  4. Strength and durability: Extruded aluminum channels possess excellent strength-to-weight ratios, making them strong and durable while remaining lightweight. The extrusion process also enhances the inherent properties of aluminum, such as corrosion resistance and conductivity.
  5. Wide range of alloys: Aluminum extrusion allows for the use of various aluminum alloys with specific properties, such as enhanced strength, heat resistance, or conductivity. This versatility enables the production of aluminum channels suitable for different applications.

Extruded aluminum channels find applications in numerous industries, including construction, architecture, transportation, manufacturing, and electronics. They are utilized for structural support, framing, enclosures, and other purposes where lightweight, strong, and customizable components are required.

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