Electrical Engineering

Aluminum is used in almost all areas of electrical engineering. The material is used as an electric conductor, for constructive components, and as a heat conductor. The low weight of the light metal is another advantage. With the appropriate surface treatment, aluminum can even be used as an insulator.
High processing depth and excellent surface quality are required of aluminum profiles for the headlamp housings used in television studios. Profiles manufactured by the company completely fulfill all of those requirements for quality and functionality.

The company is producing the entire component of the innovative and multi-functional wellness lamp “Innergize“ using a production line set up specifically for that purpose. At only 20 kg, this lightweight can tan, heat, emit scents, and play nature sounds at the same time.

Aluminum profiles are perfectly suited for the construction of tanning booths. The material looks appealing and can improve the appearance of a surface. The highly decorative profiles produced by the company are very elaborate to manufacture. Welding tasks must be performed with the utmost care, as even the slightest irregularities become visible in UV light. The entire profiles are CNC-processed and anodized. In addition, the construction of specialty tools is possible to meet the very high demands for surface quality.

The light material aluminum forms the basis for countless applications in solar technology. Some examples are curtain wall structures, light and durable stands for fastening solar modules, entire roof structures, or lamella components placed in front of the building envelope.
The low-maintenance and corrosion-resistant aluminum is the ideal construction material for substructures for giant solar farms, frame profiles for photovoltaic components, or for implementing the increasingly popular “solar architecture”. The company delivers completely processed frame profiles for solar thermal systems.