Gabrian’s aluminum extrusion plant is one of India’s largest, with seven extrusion lines, and is one of the only facilities capable of producing extrusions up to 450mm in width. In addition, our state-of-the-art foundry can make alloys from series 2000 to series 7000. We also have on-site tool and die capabilities and offer secondary operations such as drilling, cutting and stamping. Anodizing and powder coating finishes are available to meet all customer requirements.

At Gabrian, we understand the importance of sustainable, environmentally conscientious manufacturing. We’ve installed a 12 MW wind powered generator and have planted over 150,000 trees in the area surrounding the factory to offset our carbon footprint.

As an industry leader in the aluminum extrusion field, our commitment to quality and customer service is second to none and we can guarantee your complete satisfaction when you choose us as your partner in Southern Asia.

Manufacturing Facility

With 10 presses under one roof, Gabrian’s Aluminum Extrusion division, based in India, has a whopping installed capacity of 1,00,000 MT per annum, with capacity of 750, 1500, 1650, 2000, 2200, 4000 and 1650 tons. We have a most modern tool shop capable of producing high quality and intricate dies backed up by an international quality billet casting facility.
Gabrian’s Aluminum Extrusion division is a forerunner in installing several technological and modern equipments in order to obtain high quality profiles. Our Aluminum Extrusion division has developed in-house foundry using Hot Top casting technology imported from USA, with most modern melting and holding furnaces equipped with automatic temperature controllers. The adoption of such modern technology produces highly refined close grained and oxide free logs which provide superior finish on the extruded sections.

Advantages of the Extrusion Process

The extrusion process provides virtually unlimited opportunities for aluminum product shapes. Costs are cut by designing fewer components, which reduce fabrication and simplify assembly.

These features and benefits are unmatched by other materials and processes:

  • Complex integral shapes
  • Cost effective
  • Low tooling costs
  • Design flexibility
  • Versatility in joining
  • Machinable
  • Rapid prototyping
  • Short lead times
  • Wide range of finishes