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Aluminum Extruded Tubing Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of aluminum extruded tubing manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top aluminum extruded tubing manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find aluminum extruded tubing companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture aluminum extruded tubing to your companies specifications. Then contact the aluminum extruded tubing companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of aluminum extruded tubing, square aluminum tubing, extended aluminum tubes, or customized aluminum extruded tubing of every type, this is the resource for you.

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  • Toronto, ON 888-561-3822

    Our aluminum warehouse has thousands of aluminum extruded tubing in stock. Our services include aluminum fabrication, finishing, extrusion powder coating and painting, customized extrusion punching, anodizing, and customized shipping with specialty protective packaging. Add speedy delivery and fantastic customer service and you’ve found the warehouse for all your needs.

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  • Berkeley, IL 708-449-7050

    Since 1948, Johnson Brothers has been a leader in the aluminum roll forming industry. Our tooling can form different shapes with multiple bends & double thicknesses making a stronger part. Choose your type of outside edge, including hemmed designs. Our manufacturing procedure can take your part from concept to achievement. Please contact us today with any questions.

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  • Cleveland, OH 440-238-3009

    Since 1986, GSH Industries has offered on time delivery and competitive pricing. With over 40,000 square feet of manufacturing, we offer aluminum extrusion products and services. Our experience in the extrusion can provide you with industry leading capabilities. We are committed to providing the best in customer service. Call us today for more extrusion information.

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  • Cleveland, OH 888-327-6714

    Serving the aluminum extrusions world from Cleveland, Ohio, Talan Products specializes in a range of aluminum extrusion products and services. Talan Products is a quality conscious ISO 9001 certified vendor utilizing the latest in precision manufacturing technology. Whether you are an engineer needing a value product or a purchasing professional seeking a vendor, let us help you!

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  • Mesa, AZ 818-486-1522

    ZETWERK provides high-quality extrusions with complex cross-sections produced using range of aluminum alloys. We cut the extrusions to length and perform all necessary secondary operations such as CNC machining, surface treatment etc. ZETWERK is ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100D certified. Our extrusion plants are IATF 16949:2016 certified.

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  • Chagrin Falls, OH 440-543-8660

    THERMOPRENE specializes in the manufacture and supply of custom plastic, rubber and aluminum extrusions. We have the capabilities and expertise to competitively meet your most challenging polymer and aluminum forming requirements.

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  • Chavies, KY, Chatham, ON 877-556-9191

    Dajcor is aluminum extruded tubing company, with complete value added in-house capabilities - your `One-Stop` extrusion supplier. Our engineering and design personnel pride themselves in helping our customers refine their designs to lower costs, and aid in creating production efficiencies for their extruded aluminum products. Call us with any questions.

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Aluminum Extruded Tubing

Aluminum extruded tubing is a hollow linear aluminum product that is typically cylindrical; however, aluminum square tubing and aluminum rectangular tubing is also manufactured for specialty applications such as aluminum downspouts and building supplies. Aluminum tubing may also have rectangular, square, or round cross-sections. Formed during extrusion processes, aluminum tubing may be hot extruded, cold extruded, or warm extruded, all of which extrude aluminum through a die, although at various temperatures.

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Applications of Aluminum Extruded Tubing

Aluminum extruding tubing has a wide range of applications, such as:

  • Mining Equipment
  • Hardware Joints
  • Fluid and Gas Transport
  • Light Building Frames
  • Structural Applications
  • Lighting Fixtures
  • Light Poles

In addition, aluminum tubing has several advantageous characteristics, such as having high electrical conductivity and being a good heat conductor and reflector, which make it ideal for both heat transfer and heat shield applications. Additionally, industries that benefit from aluminum tubing’s flexibility and high strength-to-weight ratio include construction, industrial manufacturing, medical, aerospace, automotive, petrochemical, and food processing.

Manufacturing Process of Aluminum Extruded Tubing

Aluminum tubing is formed during the extrusion process, in which round aluminum stock called “billets” or “logs” are pressed by a ram through a die, which is a hollow profile that shapes the aluminum into a specific extruded shape as the billet is squeezed through. Aluminum extrusion processes include hot extrusion, cold extrusion, and warm extrusion. In cold extruding, an aluminum billet is pressed through the die at room temperature or, at least, very close to room temperature. Warm extruding, on the other hand, is done on billets brought to temperature ranges between 800 and 1800 degrees F. Lastly, hot extrusions are performed on aluminum that has been fully plasticized by heat and is often performed in a vacuum to avoid oxidation. In addition, aluminum can be extruded through the die using two different methods of extrusion: indirect extrusion and direct extrusion. Direct extrusion holds the die stationary while the ram forces the aluminum alloy through the die opening, while indirect extrusion holds the die stationary as the hollow ram moves into the stationary billet from one end, forcing the metal to flow through the die. After the aluminum tubing has been extruded, it is straightened by a stretcher.



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