Aluminium Heat Treatment

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Curved sections at the temper you need

Alubend Heat Treatment Oven s
Twisted profiles in the heat treatment oven
Curved aluminium parts heat treatment
  • Oven Capacity of 7.5m Lengths
  • Controlled Heat Treatment
  • Accurate Tempers

Heat Treatment is an important step in finishing many aluminium components. 

Bending will always work better at T4, but on many occasions this will be too soft for the final use. Hardening to T6 might be necessary for a component to be fit for use.

In some cases this is absolutely critical to the component, such as in structural uses. 

This is why we have invested so much into our heat treatment processes, it allows us to produce components in house that meet strict tolerances, including hardness. 

 

Inhouse Heat Treating

We always prefer to do things inhouse. The control and consistency inhouse production provides outweighs the initial investment by leagues. 

This includes heat treatment. 

Renting space in a 7m long oven would add a considerable cost to the final bill. But by doing in inhouse, and in our purpose designed oven, we can greatly reduce this costs along with the lead time needed when outsourcing.

 

ALL-IN-ONE SOLUTION

At Alubend, we make sure to provide you with a complete solution. Not only we cater for all the bending services, but we also cater for the machining, welding, assembly, strengthening, powder coating and anodising of the material. Always with the individual customer specifications in mind.

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QUALITY PROMISE

We use the latest technology and advanced machinery to ensure that your architectural structures are crafted precisely and effectively without any inaccuracies. Our buildings and architectural work will be ready for delivery only if it passes our stringent standards and controls.

REPORTING

If you require PPAP reports for your project, don’t hesitate to request them along with your order. We can deliver PPAP reports including process FMEAs, dimensional results, control plans, process flow diagrams, and PSWs.