Extrusion Billet is an aluminum log that is produced in many different diameters and cut to various lengths. The billet is heated to a plastic state and hydraulically forced through a die to obtain desired shape. Extrusion billet is used in the manufacturing of residential and commercial windows, shower enclosures, computer heat sinks, and decorative trim.
Noranda produces aluminum extrusion billet for sale only to active extruders.
The most common alloys produced are 6063, 6060, 6005A, 6061, & 6463 with all other alloys being subject to inquiry.
Current diameters available are 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, & 11 inches in lengths from 20" to 288".
Alloy Families: 1xxx, and 6xxx Series Extrusion billet
Alloy Chemistry: Widest array of 6xxx series to meet specific customer requirements
Production Method: Wagstaff AirSlip Casting Technologies, *Maxi-Cast (12")
Diameters Offered: 6" through 12"
Length Capability: 18" Cuts through 288" Logs