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Aluminium sheet is the most widely used form of Industrial Aluminium. Aluminium sheets find applications in various industries such as manufacturing cans and packages, transportation, home appliances, building and construction. An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company, Metline Industries (Steel Plates & Coil Division) is one of the most trusted distributor and supplier of Aluminium sheets and plates in India and worldwide. We can offer Aluminium sheets in a wide range of grades and tempers including various commercial and special alloys such as 1100, 1050, 1200, 2014, 2024, 3003, 5052, 5083, 5086, 6061, 6082, 7075, 8011, 19500. We are a leading metal service center in India, and can offer Aluminium sheets cut to size as per client requirements.

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Aluminium is a strong, lightweight metal that has been used for decades in different industries. From building to automotive to aircraft and more, aluminium has proven its strength and durability in all kinds of environments.

Aluminium can be used for a variety of applications. For instance, it is used in the construction industry for building enclosures, patio furniture, and more. It is also quite common as an aircraft part. Airplanes are made of aluminium for its light weight and strength, so it is easy to see why it would be useful in this application.

Another type of aluminium we use on our site is the one that comes from the scrap yards we collect from our demolition projects. This is typically a solid colour which can be processed into sheets or plates by heating it up at high temperatures and then cooling it down quickly at low temperatures.