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If you’re in the market for tough and long-lasting building materials, look no further than Speciality Metals’ 19.05mm x 19.05mm x 3.175mm Angle Aluminium 1 Metre Strip. This UK-based supplier offers a range of products that are tailor-made to meet your unique construction needs. Angle aluminium is perfect for a variety of projects, thanks to its durability, lightweight nature and high strength-to-weight ratio. It’s also incredibly malleable, recyclable, corrosion-resistant and reflective, making it the ideal choice for many different applications. So whether you’re a professional builder or simply a DIY enthusiast, you can depend on Speciality Metals for all your angle aluminium needs.
Our top-quality angle aluminium strip is cut, packed and shipped by our terrific team in Warrington, UK within 24 hours. We pride ourselves on our speed for orders of all sizes.
In addition to being a very useful fence post, our angle aluminium bar is also suitable for outdoor or DIY projects. As a result, it offers a solid and lightweight structure as well as a high degree of recycling, making it a very environmentally friendly choice. We offer this section bar in a variety of sizes and thicknesses.
Angle offers several useful properties that make it a versatile metal for industrial and engineering applications. Speciality Metals, a leading UK supplier of angle aluminium, provides a 19.05mm x 19.05mm x 3.175mm angle aluminium strip that is both lightweight and durable, with a high strength to weight ratio. This metal is malleable, corrosion-resistant and recyclable, making it an eco-friendly choice. Furthermore, angle aluminium is highly reflective, adding to its appeal.
This angle offers both practicality and aesthetics, whether you’re building structures or creating intricate designs. We can help you with all of your angle needs at Speciality Metals.
We also carry a wide range of aluminium sheet metal, flat bar and round tube.
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Aluminium angle bars are extremely versatile and used in a variety of applications due to their strength, light weight and resistance to corrosion. Some common uses include:
Construction: Angle bars are often used in construction for creating frames, supports and other structural components. Their resistance to corrosion makes them particularly suitable for outdoor applications.
Transportation: Due to their light weight and durability, aluminium angle bars are used in the manufacturing of various transportation vehicles such as trailers, trucks and aircraft.
Marine Applications: Aluminium’s resistance to corrosion makes it an excellent choice for marine applications. Aluminium angle bars are used in the construction of boats, docks and other marine structures.
Machinery and Equipment: Aluminium angle bars are used in the construction of various types of machinery and equipment, from industrial machines to agricultural equipment.
Home Improvement: Aluminium angle bars are also commonly used in home improvement projects. They can be used for creating frames, supports and other structures around the home and garden.
Architectural Applications: Aluminium angle bars are often used in architectural applications for creating frames, supports and other structural components.
Lightweight: Aluminium is one of the lightest commercially available metals with a density approximately one-third that of steel. This makes aluminium angle bars much lighter than their steel counterparts, which can be a significant advantage in applications where weight is a concern, such as in transportation and aerospace.
Corrosion Resistance: Aluminium naturally forms a protective oxide layer on its surface, which makes it highly resistant to corrosion. This makes aluminium angle bars suitable for outdoor applications and environments where corrosion resistance is important, such as marine applications.
Good Strength-to-Weight Ratio: Despite being lightweight, aluminium has a good strength-to-weight ratio. This means it can provide adequate strength for many applications while still being lightweight.
Ease of Fabrication: Aluminium is a relatively soft and malleable metal, which makes it easy to cut, bend and shape. This ease of fabrication makes aluminium angle bars easy to work with and allows for greater design flexibility.
Non-Magnetic: Aluminium is non-magnetic, which can be an important advantage in applications where magnetic interference is a concern, such as in electronic or medical equipment.
Recyclability: Aluminium is 100% recyclable and can be recycled multiple times without losing its properties. This makes aluminium angle bars an environmentally friendly choice.
Thermal Conductivity: Aluminium has high thermal conductivity, which means it dissipates heat quickly. This can be an advantage in applications where heat dissipation is important, such as in electronic equipment.
Strength: Although aluminium has a good strength-to-weight ratio, it is not as strong as steel. For applications that require high strength, steel angle bars may be a better choice.
Cost: Aluminium is generally more expensive than steel. While the cost may be offset by the weight savings and other advantages of aluminium, it is still a consideration for budget-sensitive projects.
Weldability: Welding aluminium can be challenging and requires special equipment and skills. It is also more susceptible to warping and cracking during welding compared to steel.
Thermal Expansion: Aluminium has a higher coefficient of thermal expansion compared to steel. This means it will expand and contract more with changes in temperature, which may be a consideration for applications with significant temperature fluctuations.
Surface Hardness: Aluminium is a softer metal and has lower surface hardness compared to steel. This makes it more susceptible to scratching and wear in abrasive environments.
Fatigue Strength: Aluminium generally has lower fatigue strength compared to steel. This means it may not be suitable for applications with repeated cyclic loading.
Yes, aluminium angle bars can be anodised. Anodising is a process that increases the thickness of the natural oxide layer on the surface of aluminium. This process not only enhances the corrosion resistance of the aluminium, but also allows for the application of dyes to change its color and appearance. Anodised aluminium has a very durable surface that is resistant to wear, UV light and corrosion. It is a popular choice for applications where aesthetics and durability are important, such as in architectural and design projects. To anodise aluminium angle bars, they must be cleaned thoroughly to remove any dirt, oil or grease and then immersed in an electrolytic solution. A direct current is passed through the solution, causing the surface of the aluminium to oxidise and form a thicker oxide layer. The aluminium angle bars can then be dyed if desired and sealed to close the pores in the oxide layer and lock in the colour.
Aluminium angle bars can be cut using various methods, but here are some common methods:
Using a Hacksaw: This is the most basic method and can be done manually. Secure the aluminium angle bar in a vise or clamp to keep it stable. Use a hacksaw with a blade designed for cutting non-ferrous metals. Apply steady pressure and make smooth, even strokes.
Using a Circular Saw: For a quicker and more accurate cut, a circular saw with a blade designed for cutting non-ferrous metals can be used. Make sure to clamp the aluminium angle bar securely and use a straight edge or guide to ensure a straight cut. Wear safety goggles and ear protection.
Using a Bandsaw: A bandsaw with a blade designed for cutting non-ferrous metals can also be used to cut aluminium angle bars. Bandsaws allow for more intricate cuts and curves if needed.
Using a Miter Saw: A miter saw with a blade designed for cutting non-ferrous metals can be used for making straight and angled cuts. Make sure to clamp the aluminium angle bar securely to the saw’s table.
Using a Jigsaw: A jigsaw with a blade designed for cutting non-ferrous metals can be used for making more intricate cuts and curves.
Using an Angle Grinder: An angle grinder with a cutting disc designed for cutting non-ferrous metals can be used for cutting aluminium angle bars. Be sure to secure the aluminium angle bar properly, wear safety goggles, gloves and ear protection.
Using a CNC Machine: For industrial or precision applications, a CNC machine can be used to cut aluminium angle bars accurately and consistently.
Check out our blogs discussing What Can Aluminium Angle Be Used For? and ‘How to Bend Angle Aluminium Bar‘. It will prove a useful read to help you to make an informed decision on which material would work best for you.
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