We specialise in aluminium extrusions and profiles. From design to delivery, our turnkey aluminium extrusion and fabrication solutions integrate seamlessly with your project and business every time. With a 99% on-time delivery record and unmatched commitment to quality, opt for an aluminium extrusion service that is centred around your needs.

Our service

Together with our global network of expert partners, we can supply your business with custom extruded aluminium profiles and components. Our bespoke, cost-effective extrusion service can deliver extruded profiles up to 15” (400mm) in diameter and 10 metres in length. Handling a full range of profile weights, we offer an array of alloys and tempers to match your exact, unique extruded aluminium specifications.

Our aim is to deliver the complete extrusion solution for your business. Whatever processes you require, from fabrication to finishing, we’ve got you covered. And once your component's are complete, we’ll arrange delivery or a custom stock holding arrangement - whatever suits you best.

What's more, we can work with you on an ongoing basis to come up with innovative, time-saving and cost-effective solutions that will keep your business a step ahead of the competition.

Let’s discuss your project requirements today.

What is aluminium extrusion?

aluminium extrusion in use Extrusion is a process during which a piece of aluminium is pushed through a die, shaping the aluminium bar to match that particular cross section.

Aluminium extrusions can be produced to a standard range of cross sections (known as profiles), such as bars, tubes and channels. However, your project may require custom extrusions to suit your component requirements. As experts in manufacturing custom extruded aluminium, we can create bespoke dies to extrude unique aluminium profiles to match your individual specifications.

Once the aluminium has been extruded, cooled and treated, it can be processed, machined and worked in a variety of ways to suit its application. As experts in aluminium extrusions, we offer a variety of finishing options for your extruded profiles, tailored to fit your project's needs. To explore your options, contact our expert team today.

Why choose aluminium extrusion?

Aluminium has a lot going for it. Extruded aluminium components play a key role in a huge variety of applications, with the material offering a range of advantages:

Strong and ductile

Aluminium profiles and components offer a great strength to weight ratio, as well as providing increased strength in cold environments. As an extremely ductile metal, aluminium is an ideal choice for structural components. Its strength to weight ratio makes it an essential component in a range of transportation applications, such as planes, trains and cars.


Aluminium is the second most malleable metal available, offering high levels of design freedom and making it relatively simple and cost effective to process. At Edmo, we are able to extrude aluminium into a variety of bespoke shapes, including complex cross sections, and can machine it in a number of ways, including precise and close tolerance machining, and near-net shape production. The malleable properties and our manufacturing expertise provide near endless options for your project.


An excellent conductor of heat and electricity, aluminium is often used in electrical applications, such as powerlines and conductors, and for thermal reasons in items like radiators and car parts. Combined with its relatively light weight, aluminium's conductivity makes it a great choice for energy transfer components and applications.

Corrosion resistant

Aluminium forms a thin, dense and self-repairing layer of oxide when in contact with air, giving excellent protection against corrosion. Aluminium is therefore ideal for use in outdoor, urban and industrial settings, reducing maintenance costs and preserving the quality of outward appearances. Our anodising service can be used to thicken the materials oxide layer, enhancing the materials natural defence and visual appearance.


Because aluminium is a non-magnetic metal, it’s well suited to use in high-voltage applications, as well as in electronics and sensitive magnetic devices. It is often used in magnet x-ray devices, for example, in order to avoid interference with magnetic fields.


Aluminium can be recycled time and again without losing any of its intrinsic qualities. Combined with its relatively low energy requirements during manufacture and its low weight, aluminium is ideal for environmentally responsible applications. As a result, aluminium is an ideal option for businesses aiming to enhance their sustainable manufacturing practices; our turnkey extrusion and fabrication services can seamlessly integrate as part of your business’ supply chain and operations.


After oxygen and silicon, aluminium is the most common element in the Earth’s crust and is non-toxic for human consumption or contact. Aluminium is widely used in environments where food is made and prepared, in food and beverage packaging, and in a range of household applications.

Suitable for finishing

Already attractive in appearance and varied in application, aluminium alloys respond well to a huge range of surface treatments and finishes that enhance the metal’s intrinsic qualities, such as anodising for corrosion resistance, and polishing, burnishing and powder coating for decorative purposes. At Edmo, we offer an extensive range of aluminium finishing options for your components.


With eight families of alloys in total, aluminium is suited to extremely diverse applications. Add to this the wealth of ways that aluminium can be treated, machined and worked, and you have a versatile material that can cater to a range of highly specific functional requirements.


Aluminium is a good reflector of both visible light (around 80%) and radiated heat (95%). Highly polished aluminium can be used to shield products or areas from light, radio waves, and infrared radiation, making it suitable for a huge variety of industrial, commercial and medical applications.

Non-combustible, non-sparking

Aluminium doesn’t emit sparks, making it an appropriate choice for use in settings where explosive or highly flammable materials are present. Likewise, aluminium is non-combustible: it doesn’t burn, even when exposed to extremely high temperatures, and does not produce toxic fumes.


Aluminium can be extruded into intricate, one-piece shapes and cross-sections, minimising the need for mechanical joining methods. Combined with high tensile strength and ductility, the lack of seams makes them less likely to weaken, loosen or break due to repeated use.

The industries we work with

Founded in 1978, Edmo’s long been recognised as an expert name in the field of aluminium, the extrusion process and fabrication. Our complete solutions are trusted by leading brands in a huge range of UK and global industries, including:
  • Accessibility aids
  • Aerospace
  • Architecture
  • Automotive
  • Bathing accessories
  • Coach building
  • Construction
  • Curtain walling
  • Doors and windows
  • Electronics
  • Energy distribution
  • Flooring
  • Furniture and specialist seating
  • Heating
  • Hospitality and entertainment
  • Interior design
  • Lighting
  • Marine
  • Manufacturing and production
  • Mechanical industry and engineering
  • Medicine and healthcare
  • Military and security
  • Mobility aids
  • Packaging
  • Rail
  • Renewable energy
  • Solar shading assembly
  • Sports and leisure
  • Transportation

Your aluminium extrusion experts

Turnkey extrusions and fabrication

From CAD and prototyping to assembly and delivery, our aluminium extrusion services are accompanied by our extensive range of design, engineering, machining and sourcing solutions, giving you everything you need under one roof.

Bespoke aluminium solutions

There’s no one-size-fits-all approach at Edmo. We know that every business is different, and we listen to what you need and tailor our approach to suit you. Working closely with our global network of trusted partners, we have the flexibility to find you the perfect solution.

Quality assurance

We invest continuously in our facilities and people, and follow quality assurance procedures to ensure the integrity of every item that leaves our site. All our standard aluminium conforms to BS EN755-9, and, where greater precision is needed, we can supply aluminium to BS EN 12020-2.

Complete project management

We’ll manage your entire project, sourcing and manufacturing the materials and components you need, and supplying all the necessary processes. You’ll have a dedicated project manager from start to finish, and we’ll keep you informed at every stage.
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