History of Aluminium

History of Aluminium

In most homes when the word aluminium is heard most people automatically think of foil. After all, aluminium foil is present in almost every single kitchen across the globe. But aluminium is so much more precious than that, and the vast majority of people are unaware that it surrounds us a great deal playing key roles in everyday life from transportation, construction, packaging, electronics, utensils, household items and so much more.


Aluminium is a product with unique properties. It has a low density, is non-toxic, has a high thermal conductivity, excellent corrosion resistance, is non-magnetic, non-sparking and can be easily cast, machined and formed. It is the second most malleable metal, the sixth most ductile and is 100% recyclable. As an alloy it is both strong and durable while maintaining its light property. These exceptional qualities have made it an essential product for the building industry.

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