Being the 13 element in the periodic table, aluminium is a silvery-white, soft, non-magnetic and ductile +metal. Most widespread metal on Earth, it makes up more than 8% of the Earth’s core mass. Also, after oxygen and silicon, it’s the third most common chemical element. Aluminium has 3 main qualities, i.e. light, durable and functional, which make it one of the key engineering materials of our time. We can find aluminium almost everywhere in our lives like in our homes, in the automobiles, trains and aeroplanes, in the mobile phones and computers and in modern interior designs.
Primary Aluminium & Aluminium Alloys
- all origins and grades in shapes of ingots / t-bars
- extrusion and billets
- secondary aluminium alloys (all grades)