Aluminum Window Extrusions

High-Quality Aluminum Window Frame Extrusions - Always Delivered On Time
Aluminum plays an important role in modern architectural projects. Extrusion is used heavily in the manufacture of many windows, doors, and curtain wall systems. We offer our customers high-quality profiles, produced in India, for such projects.
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Custom & Standard Window Frame Extrusions

Whether you have a custom design in hand or would like to choose from a catalog of options, we can help. Gabrian offers extrusions in a wide range of alloys through our partner facilities, including 6063, the most common for architectural applications. We also offer a variety of options for surface finish, including anodization, powder coating, and wood grain patterns.

The Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ) for extrusions is 500kg (0.55 US tons). All manufacturing is done in India, which allows for significant cost savings over domestic producers. Our on-the-ground presence in the country allows us to help you manage production as well as maintain good quality and smooth delivery.

Alloy Selection

Architectural extrusions are most commonly produced with 6063-T5 aluminum, which offers good corrosion resistance, workability, and finishing characteristics. We can also offer our customers alloys in the 1000, 2000, 3000, 5000, 6000, and 7000 series.

Surface Finishing

While some types of finishing are done in-house at the extrusion facilities, others are done through well-vetted finishing partners. Profiles can be painted, powder coated, or even receive a wood-look aluminum finish through the process of powder coating and sublimation.

Secondary Operations

We offer a wide range of secondary services such as cutting, stamping, and drilling to make your project complete. Extrusions also can be post machined using high-precision CNC machinery. Let us know if you require any secondary operations.

Catalog of Stock Dies for Architectural Projects

We have a number of catalogs available, including sliding window sections, fly screens, and standard window sections. If you would like to have copies of the latest versions of these or would like to discuss anything else about your project, please contact us using the 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.

Related Blog Articles

We regularly post content for professionals who want to get the most out of their extrusion projects. Here are some related posts that you may be interested in.

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