Aluminium angles are versatile metal products that offer strength, durability, and aesthetic appeal for various applications. At ClickMetal, we supply a wide range of aluminium angles manufactured from high-quality alloys, ensuring exceptional performance and longevity. Whether you require equal angles or custom-cut unequal angles, we have you covered.
Aluminium Equal Angles: The Perfect Balance of Strength and Versatility
Our aluminium equal angles are manufactured using high-quality Alloy 6063T6, ensuring superior strength and corrosion resistance. These angles are available in thicknesses up to 1/16". If you need robust angles for your projects, our aluminium equal angles are an excellent choice. The Alloy 6063T6 construction ensures reliable performance, making these angles suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
Aluminium Unequal Angles: Tailored to Your Specifications
At ClickMetal, we understand that every project has unique requirements. That's why we offer custom-cut aluminium unequal angles. You can specify the length and width according to your project's precise measurements, ensuring a perfect fit. Our aluminium unequal angles are crafted from Alloy 6082T6, known for its exceptional strength and durability. With a thickness of 1/8" and above, these angles provide the stability needed for demanding applications. Whether you're working on architectural designs, furniture construction, or structural projects, our aluminium unequal angles deliver the reliability you need.
Our Aluminium Angle Cutting Tolerances
We take pride in delivering products of the highest quality. When it comes to cutting our aluminium angles, we adhere to strict tolerances to ensure precision and accuracy. Our cutting tolerances are set at –0mm, +2mm, guaranteeing that your angles will meet your specifications.
An aluminium angle is a metal profile made from aluminium that has a shape resembling the letter "L." It is formed by bending or extruding a piece of aluminium into a right angle, with two sides meeting at a 90-degree angle. The two sides of the angle can have equal or unequal lengths, depending on the specific design or application.
What are aluminium angles used for?
Aluminium angles are widely used in various applications such as window frames, railings, shop fittings, furniture construction, and structural projects. They provide stability, strength, and versatility to support and reinforce different structures.
What alloys are used for aluminium angles?
At ClickMetal, we offer aluminium angles in Alloy 6063T6 for thicknesses up to 1/16" and Alloy 6082T6 for thicknesses of 1/8" and above. These alloys are known for their excellent corrosion resistance, strength, and durability.
Can aluminium angles be cut to specific sizes?
Yes, we provide custom-cutting options for aluminium angles. You can specify the desired length and width to ensure a perfect fit for your project. Our cutting tolerances are set at -0mm and +2mm to ensure precision.
Are aluminium angles suitable for outdoor use?
Yes, aluminium angles are suitable for outdoor use. The alloys used in our angles, 6063T6 and 6082T6, offer good resistance to corrosion, making them suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications.
Do aluminium angles require any special maintenance?
Aluminium angles are relatively low maintenance. They naturally resist corrosion, and periodic cleaning with a mild detergent and water is usually sufficient to keep them in good condition. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or harsh chemicals that may damage the surface.
Can aluminium angles be welded?
Yes, aluminium angles can be welded using appropriate welding techniques. However, it is essential to follow proper procedures and ensure compatibility between the alloys being welded to achieve satisfactory results.
Are aluminium angles available in different finishes?
Our aluminium angles typically come in a mill finish, which has a smooth, unpolished surface. However, you can choose to apply various finishes or coatings to suit your desired aesthetics or functional requirements.
Are aluminium angles lightweight?
Yes, aluminium angles are known for their lightweight properties. Aluminium is significantly lighter than other metals like steel, while still offering excellent strength and structural integrity.