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Roller Shutter Profiles

Aluminium is a popular material used in the manufacturing of roller shutter profiles, due to its strength, durability, and resistance to corrosion. Roller shutters are typically used to secure commercial and industrial buildings, and aluminium profiles offer a lightweight and high-strength solution that can withstand heavy use and exposure to the elements.

Aluminium roller shutter profiles are typically made from extruded aluminium sections that are cut, drilled, and assembled to create the shutter system. These profiles are available in a variety of sizes and shapes, including flat, curved, and perforated, which allows for a wide range of design options to meet specific project requirements.

One of the primary benefits of using aluminium in roller shutter profiles is its resistance to corrosion and rust. Aluminium is naturally resistant to corrosion, which makes it ideal for use in outdoor and industrial applications where exposure to the elements is common. In addition, aluminium profiles can be finished with a variety of coatings or finishes, such as anodizing or powder coating, which can provide additional protection and enhance their aesthetic appeal.

Aluminium roller shutter profiles are also lightweight and easy to install, which makes them a popular choice for manufacturers and installers. The extrusion process used to create aluminium profiles allows for precise customization of the shape and size, which can be tailored to specific project requirements.

Overall, the use of aluminium in roller shutter profiles offers a durable and low-maintenance solution that is resistant to corrosion and rust. Aluminium profiles can be customized to meet specific design requirements, and offer a lightweight and high-strength solution that is ideal for commercial and industrial applications.

Here are some aluminum profiles that are simple to deal with for roller shutter applications:

C-shaped or U-shaped profiles: (e.g., C45 or U50) are simple to install and give reliable guidance for the shutter curtain.

Bottom Bar Profile: Profiles that are flat or slightly curved (e.g., Flat 40 or Curved 50) are easy to handle and add solidity and weight to the curtain.

Head Box Profile: Rectangular or square profiles with removable front covers (e.g., 80mm x 80mm or 100mm x 100mm) can make installation and maintenance easier.

Side Track Profile: L-shaped or T-shaped profiles (e.g., L50 or T60) are widely used and relatively easy to install, offering good curtain guidance.

These profiles are frequently easily accessible, compatible with many roller shutter systems, and easier to install. However, it is critical to evaluate the unique requirements of your roller shutter application.

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