Aluminium Pipes & Structures

Aluminium Pipes & Structures

Aluminium pipes & structures: Aluminium is an incredibly versatile metal known for its low density, outstanding corrosion resistance, and energy efficiency. It offers good electrical and thermal conductivity, as well as the ability to be a superconductor. Aluminium plays a critical role in a number of different industries including aerospace, transportation, construction, medical devices, and general manufacturing.

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Galvanised Sheet

GI sheet stands for Galvanized Iron Sheet It is a type of steel sheet that has been coated with zinc to prevent corrosion and prolong its service life. The thickness of the zinc coating can vary depending on the intended use of the sheet . Galvanized iron sheets are available in two types: plain and profile sheets. Plain sheets are used for general purposes such as roofing, while profile sheets are used for cladding


Mild steel sheet is an alloy made from iron ore with small amounts of carbon added. The most common type is low-carbon steel sheets that contain up to 0.3 percent carbon. This type is known for its strength and malleability; it is also relatively inexpensive compared to other types of steel Mild steel sheets are a popular material in the manufacturing industry due to their low cost, strength, and malleability. They can be used for various applications, such as automotive parts, furniture components, construction materials, etc.


Aluminum sheet is a thin, flat piece of aluminum with many applications; it is a non-ferrous metal.


Stainless steel sheet is a thin, flat piece of stainless steel with many applications. It is used in various industries such as construction, automotive, aerospace, and food processing due to its strength and corrosion resistance . Stainless steel sheets are available in different grades and finishes. The most common grades are 304 and 316. Grade 304 stainless steel is the most widely used stainless steel because it is easy to weld and has good corrosion resistance. Grade 316 stainless steel has a higher corrosion resistance than grade 304 stainless steel but is more expensive .