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Aluminum Angles available in Black Anodized, Clear Anodized, Polar White, Mill Finish or Diamond Plate finish. Reduce waste by ordering the Sheet metal you need for your project cut to your specification and shipped directly to you.
Aluminum Angles are manufactured for use in the fabrication of projects such as truck trailers, tool boxes, and other aluminum projects that require an additional level of reinforcement along with a clean industrial appearance. These types of projects call for a lightweight framework resistant to corrosion.
Aluminum is a multipurpose metal that it can be found in practically infinite commonplace objects. Aluminum angles are used in various applications, from construction frames to railways, and are typically either hidden from view or overlooked. However, you'll see why they're so popular once you learn about their low density and corrosion resistance.
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Aluminum Angle is a device that consists of two legs that come together to produce an angle of 90 degrees. This product was developed to be utilized in various structural applications and general manufacturing.
At 160 degrees Celsius, aluminum loses its brittleness and strength.
The sharp corners on both the inside and outside of the aluminum angle make it a popular choice for construction industry use.
The chipped edges of a surface can be readily concealed by installing an aluminum angle, which, thanks to its robust silver body, can be installed with no effort. Aluminum angles can, in the same manner, be used to conceal chips and gaps and to conceal rough, uneven surfaces that cannot be smoothed over.
Some metals can be bent without cracking or developing holes if the metal is annealed first. Aluminum angles are the easiest to bend when using a stretcher tool.