Aluminium extrusion is a mechanical process that transforms cylindrical aluminium ingots, called billets, into profiles with a defined cross-section. The aluminium is heated and pressed by a plunger through a hardened steel die with a hole corresponding to the shape of the profile. Aluminiumextrusion is used in architecture, furniture, heat sinks, aircraft fuselages, vehicles and railroads, among other sectors. There are different aluminium alloys that can be extruded, depending on their composition and heat treatment.
The extrusion process consists of:
– The aluminium ingot is heated to a specific temperature.
– The ingot is placed in the extrusion press and pushed through a die.
– The aluminium is extruded into the desired shape.
– The aluminium profile is cut to the desired length.

In Inalsa we have been extruding for more than 65 years. We currently have new production capacity, thanks to the installation of a 4800 ton press in Nuez de Ebro.

Inalsa produces all its aluminium profiles on modern extrusion presses. With a production capacity of approximately 160 tons of profiles per day, our aluminium profiles are used for industrial and architectural purposes.
For the extrusion process, Inalsa has five aluminium extrusion presses: two 1800, one 2500, one 2800 and one 4800 ton presses, distributed between Zaragoza and Nuez de Ebro.

160 tons of aluminium profiles per day
5 aluminium extrusion presses

We have 5 extrusion presses to supply 160 mt per day.
Minimum weight: 0,25 kg/m
Maximum weight: 35 kg/m
300 kg profiles
500 mm wide profiles
Thicknesses up to 25 mm.

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