Aluminum is the second most commonly used metal after iron. It is the result of a unique combination of its specific properties such as:
- low weight,
- high endurance,
- good plasticity,
- high corrosion resistance,
- good heat and electricity conductivity.
Thanks to these features, aluminum is widely used in construction, automotive, aviation, electrical engineering and in the industry for the production of household appliances and food packaging. Most often, aluminum is used for the production of aluminum joinery, roofing, facades, facades, heating systems, insulation, bodywork, heat exchangers, fuel tanks and pressure vessels, for the production of lighting, power equipment, electronics, small home appliances and for the production of cans , caps, disposable packaging.