SMO Aluminium Pvt Ltd



Aluminium is a light, strong, flexible, non-corrosive and infinitely recyclable metal. Aluminium is widely used in the transport, construction, packaging and electrical industries. Aluminium extrusion is a technique used to transform aluminium alloy into objects with a definitive cross-sectional profile for a wide range of uses. The extrusion process makes the most of aluminium’s unique combination of physical characteristics. Its malleability allows it to be easily machined and cast, and yet aluminium is one third the density and stiffness of steel so the resulting products offer strength and stability, particularly when alloyed with other metals.
The aluminium extrusion process is greatly heat dependent. Monitoring temperatures from beginning to end is critical to ensuring aluminium alloy properties such as tensile and yield strengths are met, as well as affecting the final finish of the part. The aluminium extrusion process begins by heating the billets or logs to 400-480°C (750-900°F). The aluminium alloy is still solid but malleable. It does not glow when heated; aluminium looks the same whether hot or cold.


The aluminium extrusions sector in India has an installed capacity of around 550,000 tonnes per annum spread across an estimated 150 units that have presses ranging from 360 T to 9000 T capacity. The usage of aluminium extrusions in India, in 2013, was about 380,000 tonnes. While the building & construction segment accounts for 51% of the demand, industrial applications are growing rapidly.
The growth of the automobile industry is anticipated to drive the growth of this market during the forecast period. Aluminium extrusion is replacing steel in automobiles and transport. It is preferred over other metals due to its light weight leading to reduced fuel consumption and reduced greenhouse gas emission. Moreover, aluminium is easily recyclable and resistant to corrosion, thus ensuring sustainability and durability of the vehicle.


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