Aluminium Unequal Angle

Extruded Aluminium Unequal Angles in a range of sizes. Also known as Aluminium L Section, and Aluminium Angle Iron.  Unequal Aluminium Angles have one side (or leg) that is longer than the other.


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Aluminium Unequal Angles

Aluminium unequal angles feature unequal sides, combining lightweight properties with high rust resistance. They are commonly used in commercial vehicle bodies, horse boxes, and trailers for structural and decorative purposes.

Aluminium unequal angles are also highly corrosion-resistant due them being grade 6000. They are suitable for most outdoor application but not when saltwater is present.

Versatile and Customisable

These angles offer excellent weldability and are suitable for various finishes like polishing, anodizing, and powder coating. This versatility extends to applications such as shop fittings, signage, and exhibition stands.

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At 1st Choice Metals, our free cutting service and swift delivery streamline the process of ordering cut-to-size aluminium unequal angles online.

Common Uses

  • Commercial Vehicle Bodies: Ideal for constructing vehicle bodies due to their high strength-to-weight ratio and corrosion resistance. They provide a sturdy framework without excess weight, used in chassis, frames, and compartments.
  • Horse Boxes: These require strong, lightweight, and corrosion-resistant materials. Aluminium unequal angles are an excellent choice, allowing custom designs, especially for the robust ramp.
  • Marine Applications: In boat and watercraft manufacturing, they serve as structural supports, framing, and reinforcements in hulls and decks. They can also create fixtures like rails, ladders, and brackets.

Key Properties

  • Weldability: Aluminium’s high thermal conductivity and low melting point facilitate welding for strong bonds and complex shapes.
  • Protection: Aluminium’s corrosion resistance is attributed to the formation of an aluminium oxide protective layer. It is well-suited for highly corrosive environments, such as marine and industrial settings.
  • Aesthetics: With its consistent silver-like finish and options for powder coating, polishing, and anodizing, aluminium unequal angles enhance appearance and durability. Powder coating, for instance, provides a smooth, chip-resistant finish.

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