Frequently Asked Questions
- FAQWhat does cross-contamination refer to?If uncoated aluminium comes into contact with steel—even small particles—it begins to corrode, although the affects will not appear for some time.
- FAQCan aluminium be welded?Yes it can, however it creates toxic fumes when melted. Welders must wear specialised respirators and other protective equipment.
- FAQWhat does an aluminium fabricator do?Aluminium fabricators use processes such as cutting, bending and welding to form metal sheets into useful products.
- FAQCan aluminium sheets be repaired?Because aluminium is not as malleable as steel, speciality tools and expertise are required to return it to its original shape.