How to judge the thickness of aluminum folding doors?




Today's architectural styles will use this type of material, that is, aluminum folding doors and windows. For a complete house structure, it will indeed feel a little different in this structure. Aluminum folding doors and windows can be used in homes, workplaces and other related operating fields. In this regard, when aluminum folding door and window manufacturers produce this type of configuration, they have corresponding tools to formulate and produce. According to customer needs, they can have different sizes and specifications. As its application range is gradually expanding, both manufacturers and purchasers have their own ideas and requirements for materials in this area. First of all, the quality of aluminum folding doors and windows is the first issue, followed by price, etc...

          Aluminum alloy profiles have the characteristics of high strength, strong corrosion resistance, and resistance to deformation. Why are some aluminum alloy doors out of shape before they are used for one year? After analysis, under normal use, the aluminum alloy door is deformed, which may be caused by the thickness of the aluminum alloy profile used. It is understood that in the building materials market, the aluminum alloy interior doors for consumers to choose from are available in 0.8mm, 1.0mm, 1.2mm and other thicknesses. Among them, aluminum alloy doors with a thickness of more than 1.0 mm have better strength and will not be deformed for 5 to 8 years under normal use. However, some small manufacturers cut corners in order to reduce production costs, and even use aluminum alloy profiles with a thickness of only 0.6 mm to make bathroom doors. This type of aluminum alloy door is prone to deformation due to insufficient material thickness.

  Reminder: The thickness of the profile directly determines the quality of the aluminum alloy door. When consumers choose aluminum folding doors, do not choose aluminum folding doors with thin profiles for cheap.
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