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Aluminum Fabrication

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  • Aluminum Fabrication

    Hi Guyzz..
    I would like to know about the Aluminium fabrication..Is there rusting will take place if this fabrication done?Which is the best service provider for the fabrication in Toronto area?

  • #2
    Aluminum Fabrication

    Aluminum doesn't rust....


    • #3
      Originally posted by Diversion180beads View Post
      Aluminum doesn't rust....
      It just turns to a nice white powder...Bob


      • #4
        Aluminum Fabrication

        Aluminum still needs treatment, just like steel, for protection from the environment. Aluminum needs to be anodized or painted/powder coated.


        • #5
          Originally posted by Anal123
          Aluminium fabrication is mostly used in hard shops like welding and other this type hard shops because the Aluminium fabrication is hard and strong
          What? Hard shops?


          • #6
            I work with aluminum everyday, and I agree with paint or powder coating. Because aluminum in a non-ferrous metal it oxidizes very quickly. Also if you ever have to different types of metals or alloys in direct contact with each other this effect will happen much quicker. Make sure your aluminum is clean before welding, wire brush the jeepers out of the weld zone before welding.


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