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We make building industry profile products, spacers, glass block spacers using our extruder production lines and moulding machinery. Manufacturing, bending, hole punching of our metal profiles, and the application of a gel layer for the self-adhesive versions further strengthen our position on the covering profile market thanks to the expertise and in-depth knowledge of our staff.

Technical information

Our profiles are made of stainless steel, copper, aluminium and PVC. During the manufacturing process edge guards go through various surface treatment processes to preserve their quality and durability, and to ensure that they match (in colours and styles) the surfaces of various covering materials. Eloxing, brushing, hairlining and powder coating give natural surfaces a unique, elegant, even flamboyant look, and in the majority of cases this treatment also makes the profile more resistant to mechanical stresses.

The alloy has a high durability and is suitable for further surface treatment. It can be used both inside and outside.

Anodised aluminium
The elox process is used to reduce oxidization and corrosion of profiles. This allows profiles to be coloured silver, gold, bronze and titanium.

Brushed aluminium
A decorative, extremely shiny surface can be obtained using a special mechanical and brushing process and then with further eloxidation. The anti-corrosion characteristics of these profiles is similar to anodised profiles, although due to their finish they represent an aesthetic plus in the course of installation. Brushed profiles are supplied in aluminium, chrome and titanium finishes.

Hairlined aluminium
Without modifying the essential characteristics of the material, brushed aluminium receives an additional finish with the creation of a hairlined surface. Available in chrome and titanium colours.

Powder coated aluminium
We can powder coat paint and sinter our natural aluminium profiles on the basis of the RAL colour chart. In the course of manufacture the profile goes first through cleaning and surface preparation, then an even layer of paint is sprayed on the surface using a special electrostatic powder paint pistol. Following a thermal polymerization process the surface of the profile is more resistant to mechanical and chemical stresses. Powder coated aluminium profiles are UV- and weather-proof as well!

Stainless steel profiles are made from high alloy steel plates using a roller tool. During the cold working of the plate a constant profile thickness is achieved. Stainless steel is extremely resistant to chemical materials and mechanical damage. Given the characteristics of stainless steel, its use is particularly recommended for heavy traffic areas requiring maximum hygiene standards, for instance, food industry kitchens, works, canteens, laboratories, swimming pools, ships. It is also available in brushed and satined finishes.

Brushed and satined stainless steel
Brushed stainless steel receives a shiny surface using a special brushing technique that does not alter the fundamental characteristics of the material. A satined finish is a hairlined surface created using an additional grinder.
Treated stainless steel profiles are recommended for attractive and resistant installations maintaining quality for a long period.

Brass profiles take on their final form and thickness after heat forming and stamping. Brass has a high resistance to mechanical and chemical stresses. The characteristics of the material allow it to be used both inside and outside. Natural brass can oxidize as a result of precipitation or moisture, with its surface darkening or colouring, although this oxidized 

layer can be removed using polish available in stores.

PVC - Polyvinylchloride / Plastic softening under application of heat
PVC - hard
Extruded PVC coloured profiles that soften under the application of heat are resistant to UV radiation, bacteria, common, everyday chemicals and cleaning materials. Coloured plastic profiles are easy to install and work with, and are particularly effective for damp, humid rooms.

PVC - soft
In terms of characteristics, soft PVC is similar to hard PVC, although given its ‘softness’ its area of application is different. It can be used to provide a non-slip surface for step profiles, for water sealing of bath edgings or even for dilatation profiles.

The characteristics of this rubber that softens under the application of heat are similar to those of vulcanized rubber. It is extremely resistant to mechanical stresses. Oils, hydrocarbons and water soluble fluids do not damage it, and the material will not become porous or crack.

Resistance to chemicals
The durability of a profile depends on the temperature and the concentration of chemical materials. In the interest of maintaining quality, please ensure that the profile does not come into contact with corrosive materials.