aluminium


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aluminium

A metallic element (atomic number 13; atomic weight 26.98) which may cause low levels of intoxication.

Toxicology
Changes of aluminium toxicity include vitamin D-refractory osteodystrophy with impaired mineralisation, decreased bone formation, hypercalcaemia, anaemia, progressive encephalopathy, dementia (the data on aluminium and dementia are controversial).
 
Management
Chelation with deferroxamine.
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Prime Aluminium has better conductivity over copper per unit weight and is universally used for power consumption.
Prime extruded aluminium is widely used in the food packaging and chemical industry.
Prime Aluminium allows the extrusion of almost any shape that can be fabricated using all conventional methods.
Prime Aluminium extrusions can be designed for easy assembly with other parts and even their surfaces can be mated to match up for easy joining.
Prime Aluminium assures reliability and uniformity in quality and hence minimizes rejection rates, corrective fabrication and production downtime.
Prime Aluminium extrusions can be identified by the 'PRIME' Trade Mark printed with a lot number on each section.
The heat and tremendous pressure applied on the solid aluminium forces it through the extrusion die opening and gives it a high degree of structural stability.
The extruded aluminium profiles are then handled on the PLC controlled conveyor system to prevent any damage to the output.
A T6 heat technology chamber is used to achieve the hardness of the aluminium profiles up to 15 by applying thermo dynamics.
Using computerized European technology, aluminium ions are deposited in the shape of thin film on profiles, which protects the profiles from all kinds of corrosion.
Prime Aluminium introduces for the first time in Pakistan the latest multicolor technology for electro coloring for exterior finishing of profiles.