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Our products are made using aluminum as the main element, depending on the processing the finished product will then be used for different purposes.
The production process includes heat treatments to restore the electromechanical properties of the wire rod or to achieve better performance in terms of flexibility, conductivity and concentricity. The heat treatments may also be necessary when special alloys of aluminum having a high breaking load and low elongation need to be drawn (up to capillary diameters). Based on final application and aging, heat treatments can be static or in line.
Here are some of the advantages of using aluminum as a raw material.
The specific electrical conductivity of aluminum makes it indispensable for electronics and electrical applications. Aluminum cables conduct electricity twice as much as copper with the same weight. The high thermal conductivity makes aluminum very suitable for heating and cooling applications. Unlike ferrous metals, aluminum does not generate sparks when it is rubbed with other metals.
Aluminum is easily recyclable with an energy cost equal to one twentieth of that necessary for its first fusion: almost a third of the aluminum consumed today is produced by recycling scrap, costs much less than copper, less than a third with peaks up to a fifth.
Aluminum can be molded, with all common processing techniques and quickly develops an impenetrable oxide film on exposed surfaces, it is extremely resistant to atmospheric corrosion even in marine environments.