Nowadays, it is almost impossible to find a sector that does not use the incredible potential underlying the properties of aluminum. we are witnessing the use of aluminum in countless areas, such as; cars to space vehicles, from packaging materials to stadiums roof structures.

The use of aluminum in the automotive sector is a unique example. Aluminum alloys replacing the steel made it possible to produce lighter vehicles that consume less fuel. Less fossil fuel consumption also helps reduce carbon footprint.


Almost a quarter of all aluminum produced in the world is used in the construction industry.

Durability and Lightness

In terms of structure, it can meet the minimum force requirements and even comes up. But still 35-45% lighter than steel.

Flexible Designs

The use of aluminum allows the unique extrusion designs to deliver the flexibility required by a particular project by integrating a large number of functions into a single profile.

Corrosion Resistance

General wear and tear on the steel - even if galvanized or otherwise coated - will expose the steel to corrosion in particularly humid environments, which will lead to metal fatigue, reducing life cycle and increasing maintenance costs. Aluminum displays the opposite of the behavior of the steel with the protective aluminum oxide layer on it, which resists aggressive chemical pollutants and formation of rust causing substances. It is self-reforming by thickening and flattening even when scratched or cut. This process provides the most natural protection of aluminum without the need for an extra coating. This passive (passivation) process, which counteracts the corrosion and deterioration of the material, will extend the life of the structure and components and will ensure that virtually no maintenance is required.

Thermal Conductivity

Along with the above-mentioned features, aluminum is an excellent alternative to climate systems due to its excellent thermal conductivity which is about 2 and a half times better than steel.

Lossless Recycling

The use of this material, which is fully recyclable, is very advantageous in terms of both monetary and environmental aspects. The production of new aluminum is a process that requires a lot of energy, which often causes extra greenhouse gas emissions.

How much long-lived the aluminum is in the greenhouse, it will also reduce the change / maintenance costs and reduce the demand for raw materials. Although the aluminum industry has struggled to achieve 25% share of recycled aluminum in global production and 40% reduction in carbon footprint, there is still much to do to meet the growing demand.

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