EXTRUSION PROCESS
EXTRUSION PROCESS

EXTRUSION PROCESS

 

Aluminum extrusion is a technique used to transform aluminum alloy into objects with a definitive cross-sectional profile for a wide range of uses. The extrusion process makes the most of aluminum’s unique combination of physical characteristics. Its malleability allows it to be easily machined and cast, and yet aluminum is one third the density and stiffness of steel so the resulting products offer strength and stability, particularly when alloyed with other metals.

NAPCO’s plant is equipped with four state-of-the-art European extrusion presses. The presses are imported from SMS Schloemann, Germany (2000MT), Danieli Breda Italy (2800MT) and two from Tecalex, Spain (1800MT)

NAPCO produces extruded profiles for Architectural and Industrial purposes.

 

 

Architectural:                                                          

  •       Door/Window                                                        
  •       Railing fences                                                         
  •       Curtain Wall                                                            
  •       Shop Front                                                              
  •       Louver                                                                    
  •       Handrail         

Industrial:                                                          

  •       Transport
  •       Scaffolding
  •       Marine                                                           
  •       Tent                                                            
  •       Furniture
  •       Standard Profiles