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Agarvanshi produces a comprehensive range of custom made profiles, to the exact specification of the world's most quality conscious users. At Agarvanshi Aluminium we have wide range of profiles available which find application in following areas:


Aluminium is used in buildings for a wide spectrum of applications. These include roofing for factories which incorporate foil vapour barriers, windows and pre formed sheet cladding features, doors, canopies and fronts for shops and prestigious buildings, architectural hardware and fittings, rainwater goods and replacement windows.

Aluminium structures and cladding are also used to refurbish many of the concrete structures' which are now showing signs of deterioration and spoiling. The 1000, 3000, 5000 and 6000 wrought series alloys will perform, with no reduction of strength, without protection even in industrial and marine environments. They may however suffer some deterioration in their appearance and protection by painting or anodising can be advisable.

Anodised films may be clear, to preserve the `aluminium' finish or in a limited range of colours. Painting offers a wider range of colours and an appearance similar to other painted metals.
These finishing operations may also, of course, be used for purely decorative effects.

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Aluminium Formwork

Today Aluminium Formwork System for concreting is probably the most versatile modern
construction system. Unlike other systems it is equally suited to both high and low rise
construction. Agarvanshi Aluminium has developed extrusions that are used in making the
aluminium formwork for a broad range of applications, from straightforward panels to more
complicated structures involving bay windows, stairs and A/C hoods.

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Aluminium Scaffolding

A versatile and lightweight aluminium frame scaffolding systems suitable for light duty access applications. The components are modular in nature and simple to erect. With the right blend of alloy and shape very safe and sturdy, yet light weight scaffolding systems are creatred with our profiles.

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Aluminium in Building

Aluminium extruded, rolled, and cast products are commonly used for window frames and other glazed structures ranging from shop fronts to large roof superstructures for shopping centres and stadiums; for roofing, siding, and curtain walling, as well as for cast door handles, catches for windows, staircases, heating and air-conditioning systems. The characteristics and properties of aluminium as a material have lead to revolutionary and innovative changes in building techniques and architectural and engineering projects. Aluminium is leading the way into the future of the construction industry.

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Aluminium Doors & Windows

Aluminium components also offer comparably high strength and rigidity, making them particularly suitable for applications such as sash and frames of windows and doors. The material’s rigidity ensures that, while slim, aluminium frames remain stable under normal loads. This is particularly valued in high-rise buildings, where stability is an essential property of applications such as facades, cladding and windows.

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Aluminium Facades and Cladding

Increasingly, aluminium facades are being used to clad non-residential buildings. Such facades can improve the appearance of a building, increase its durability and provide valuable insulation properties, thereby enhancing the energy efficiency of the construction. The high strength-to weight ratio of the aluminium is one of the properties that makes it particularly suitable for cladding applications. In addition to reducing the cost of transporting aluminium equipment, the materials light weight makes it easier to handle on site. But in spite of its weight advantages, aluminium offers strength properties comparable with those of alternative metal facade panels. In addition, the material’s light weight and high strength results in a low load on the supporting structure of buildings. The dimensions of this structure can therefore be reduced. Such an advantage is particularly important in the case of curtain walls for high rise buildings.

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Domestic and Office Furniture

The complexity and surface finish of extrusions in the 6000 series alloys coupled with the range of
shapes from castings and the use of super plastically formed sheet allows designers almost unlimited scope.

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The function of a heat sink is to increase the surface area available for the heat transfer or heat from a component or device thereby increasing the amount of heat that can be dissipated.
Aluminum heatsinks are designed in a way that requires less machining than other manufacturing
processes. Aluminum heat sinks have a high dimensional stability. They are electrically conductive.

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Ladders and Access Equipment

Aluminium alloys are highly suited to ladders and access equipment due to their lightweight, corrosion resistance and toughness. The 6000 series extrusions in particular are used both industrially and domestically.

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The use of aluminium in electrical and thermal applications is due to the good electrical and thermal conductivities of the alloys mainly from the 1xxx (for electrical) and 3xxx, 5xxx and 6xxx series (for thermal), but again its light weight, favourable strength-to-weight ratio and a durable corrosion
resistance are added benefits compared to other materials.

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Aluminium is an ideal construction material for the transport industry - air, sea, road and rail - where its light weight contributes to energy saving, increased load capacity and speed.

Aluminium and its alloys have been the prime material of construction for the aircraft industry
throughout most of its history. Even today, when titanium and composites are growing in use, 70% of commercial civil aircraft airframes are made from aluminium alloys, and without aluminium civil aviation would not be economically viable.

The combination of acceptable cost, low component mass (derived from its low density), appropriate mechanical properties, structural integrity and ease of fabrication are also attractive in other areas of transport. There are now very many examples of its use in commercial vehicles, rail cars both passenger and freight, marine hulls and superstructures and military vehicles.

Volume car production now includes aluminium as engine castings, wheels, radiators and increasingly as body parts. For general production the 5000 and 6000 series alloys provide adequate strength combined with good corrosion resistance, high toughness and ease of welding. In aircraft the very strong 2000, 7000 and 8000 series alloys are preferred, and in military vehicles the wieldable 7000 series alloys can provide ballistic properties to match steel armour.

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Aluminium made considerable progress in passenger railway cars where, from trams to trains, many aluminium components were introduced, like window frames, panelling etc.

For the high speed trains, the choice of aluminium proved to be almost a must, as these trains needed to travel at more than 300 km/h on traditional railway tracks.

Today, aluminium metros and trams operate in many metropolitan cities around the world.

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Bus Body

A bus manufactured in aluminium has a longer working life with less down time, reducing the need for spare buses. Aluminium can be extruded into complex shapes allowing for intricate design and integrally strong structures. The lightweight feature of aluminium means the weight of a bus can be up to 400 kilograms lighter than steel bodies. Because aluminium buses are superior to steel, some of the world’s largest bus companies specify aluminium for their total fleet.

We offer aluminium extrusion for buses. These are available in various designs and profiles.

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Standard & General Engineering

In addition to the said profiles, we also produce a wide range of standard profiles for domestic and
export market for eg. Solid Profiles like Flat bar, Elliptical bar, Hexagonal bar, Square Bar, Rod, Angle, Tower Bolt etc. Hollow Profiles like Round Tube, Square, Rectangular, Triangular, etc.

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