Aluminum

Aluminum is a metallic alloy that comes from the union of copper, silicon, manganese, magnesium and zinc.

Each of these components gives particular properties to aluminum, widely used in the manufacturing industry. Aluminum has a high thermal and electrical conductivity, is resistant to corrosion and has a remarkable plasticity. Ductility and malleability complete the picture of the characteristics of this metal alloy.

The main application sectors include transport and machinery production, packaging and the construction sector.

Aluminum is a very versatile alloy, used in the manufacturing industry and in the construction industry.

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General purpose alloy characterized by not very high mechanical properties and high dimensional stability.

Among the main application sectors are transport and machinery production, packaging and the construction sector and used in the industrial sector, for roof covering and construction of pottery.

Excellent corrosion resistance, good weldability and deep drawing