Standard Aluminum Extrusions From EASTEEL

Standard aluminum profiles are widely used in many industries, including construction, automotive, machinery, and electronics. Their versatile shape, size, and alloy options, combined with their accuracy and high-quality surface finishes, make them a popular choice for a wide range of applications. 

We have created standard 6000 series aluminum extrusions, including aluminum 6005/6005A, aluminum 6061 and aluminum 6063, to customer specifications since 2008. Our team has more than 15 years of experience making all types of aluminum extrusions and can manufacture and assemble your extruded aluminum components quickly and cost effectively.

Alloys Extruded: 6005/6105/6061/6063/6493

Additional Services: Fabricating/Anodizing/Painting/CNC machining/Assembly/Stamping/Bending/Grinding/Conditioning

Different types of standard aluminum profiles available

Standard aluminum profiles can be customized with additional features, such as grooves, slots, and threaded holes or fastening elements, which can make it easier to use and can help to reduce the assembly time. 

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T-Slot Aluminum Profiles: T-slot aluminum profiles are characterized by a T-shaped slot running along the length of the profile, which allows for the easy insertion and attachment of bolts, fasteners, and other hardware. This type of profile is often used for constructing frames, worktables, and other similar structures.

Rectangular Aluminum Profiles: Rectangular aluminum profiles are a basic, box-shaped profile that are ideal for a wide variety of applications. They can be used as structural elements, frames, or supports, and can be combined with other profiles to create composite structures.

 Round Aluminum Profiles: Round aluminum profiles are cylindrical in shape, and can be used for a range of applications, including as supports or as decorative elements. They are often used in the construction of railings, handles, and other similar components.

Angled Aluminum Profiles: ( Right Angle Aluminum Profiles, L-Shaped Aluminum Profiles, T-Shaped Aluminum Profiles, U-Shaped Aluminum Profiles, Trapezoid Aluminum Profiles) Angled aluminum profiles are characterized by multiple angles, and can be used for a wide variety of applications, including framing, supports, and decorative elements.

Casement Window Profiles: These profiles are designed for windows that open on a vertical axis, typically using hinges on the side of the window frame. Casement window profiles may be single or double-hung and are often used in residential settings.

Sliding Window Profiles: Sliding window profiles are designed for windows that slide horizontally along tracks. These profiles are commonly used in both residential and commercial applications.

Hinged Door Profiles: These profiles are designed for doors that open on a vertical axis using hinges. Hinged door profiles are commonly used for both interior and exterior doors in residential, commercial, and industrial settings.

Sliding Door Profiles: Sliding door profiles are designed for doors that slide horizontally along tracks. These profiles are often used in settings where space is limited, such as closets or small room entryways.

Folding Door Profiles: These profiles are designed for doors that fold or accordion along tracks. Folding door profiles are commonly used in residential settings, such as patio doors.

Curtain Wall Profiles: Curtain wall profiles are designed for use as an exterior facade on large buildings. These profiles must be designed to provide structural support, thermal insulation, and resistance to water penetration and wind.

Tilt and Turn Window Profiles: These profiles are designed to allow windows to open both inward and outward, providing flexibility for ventilation and cleaning.

In addition to these types of door window aluminum profiles, there are also profiles designed for other applications, such as skylights and sunrooms.

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Corner profiles: These are designed to create sharp 90-degree corners along walls or other substrates. They are available in different sizes and shapes, allowing them to accommodate different LED strip light sizes.

Surface U-shaped profiles: These profiles are similar to surface-mounted profiles but have a U shape that allows them to be placed in tight corners. They are ideal for illuminating walls or other surfaces in a uniform way.

Suspended profiles: These profiles are suspended from the ceiling and are ideal for creating a feature lighting effect in retail or hospitality settings.

Round profiles: These are cylindrical profiles that are ideal for illuminating circular or curved objects. They are available in different diameters and can be customized to fit into various spaces.