Aluminum Trims and Moldings

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Quality Trim and Molding Extrusions From Asia – Always Delivered On Time

Aluminum extrusions play an important role in many large-scale commercial and residential projects. The metal is lightweight yet still relatively strong. It is recyclable, corrosion resistant, and can be used for a wide range of applications. Extrusion is a very cost-effective production method for trims and moldings, and together with our extrusion partners in India, we can help you reduce the overall cost of your project relative to domestic extruders. Our Western-managed team helps you to ensure smooth communication, high quality, and on-time delivery.

Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ): 500 kgs (0.55 US Tons)

Various Aluminum Plinth Extruded Profiles for Kitchen

Standard and Custom Shapes

Our partner extrusion plants hold stock dies for a variety of shapes that can be used for architectural trims and moldings. These include angles, channels, tees, and flat bars. Custom dies can be created and tooling charges are quite nominal.

Powder Coating Line for Aluminum Profiles

Surface Finishing and Secondary

We offer a various finishes for your profiles, including mill, anodized, painted, or powder coated, to match your desired appearance. These come at nominal costs, as do other secondary services, such as drilling, cutting, and stamping.

Measuring Aluminum with Inclinometer

Quality Manufacturing and Service

The manufacturers we work with are ISO 9001-2015 certified in all locations. In addition, our Western-managed team is on the ground in India, to help ensure the quality of your order, smoothness of communication, and on-time delivery.

Call or Email our office in Dover, New Hampshire, USA to discuss your project.

Standard Aluminum Extrusion Shapes

Many projects require standard extrusion shapes for trims and moldings, including angles and channels. We offer aluminum angles and channels in widths ranging from 6mm up to 180mm (1/4 inch to 7 inch widths). These extrusions are all made to order in alloys from the 6000 (or other series), and can then be heat treated to enhance strength. Any required secondary operations are then performed to give you the finished product you are looking for.

Catalog of Stock Dies for Architectural Projects

We have an entire catalog of stock dies for architectural products for download, not currently available online. If you would like copies of these PDF catalogs, reach out to us using the contact form below.

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Top-Notch Extrusion Facilities in India

For companies in North America, Europe and elsewhere that are looking to keep costs low and maintain high quality, we offer extrusion services through our partner facilities in India. Together, these facilities have a combined capacity of 152,000 MTPA, with in-house foundries, tool & die shops and secondary services. They serve a range of industries, including architectural, construction, automobiles, electronics, and others. For more information, view our extrusion capabilities.

Custom Aluminum Extrusions

Custom shapes, non-standard alloys, and secondary services

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