Aluminum Extrusion, Forging & RHS
The aluminum extrusion process starts with the creation of a die, which is typically made of steel or carbide and designed to the exact specifications of the profile to be produced.
The aluminum alloy is then heated to a specific temperature and pushed through the die using a hydraulic press, creating the desired shape. The extruded part is then cooled and cut to the desired length.
RHS typically stands for "Rectangular Hollow Section".
This refers to a type of aluminum extrusion that has a rectangular cross-section with a hollow center.
RHS aluminum sections are commonly used in construction, transportation, and other industries where lightweight and strong structural components are needed.