Apr 122009
 

Aluminum Hardware Handles are Everywhere. Handles are installed on anything that requires the manipulation of the human hand in pulling or turning. House doors use handles to be able to open or close the door. The same thing goes with car doors. Cabinet handles are more decorative compared to those installed on car or house doors. Horizontal pull handles on the other hand, are widespread. Examples are handles installed on drawers, handles on doors without latches, and the handles on the outside of car doors.

The types of handles include folding, Standard Square, positive locking, oval, wire, and extruding. Most of these are made in aluminum, stainless steel, or brass. The most popular ad widely-used however, is aluminum handle ware.

Majority of aluminum hardware handles are made through die casting, making its production a lot better than with other industrial processes. In addition, compared to other metals, aluminum is easier to process. Aluminum can also be polished to a high sheen, making it ideal for handles. The rate of manufacture of aluminum hardware handles is from a few hundred to a few thousand handles in a day.

Aluminum is also ideal because there are some handles which are decorative like the ones used in cabinets. Aluminum is easier to decorate than other metals because the ornaments and other decorative details can easily be added to the mold cavities that resulted from die casting. Aluminum handles are also stronger than their stainless steel counterparts because the former can be designed with support components such as strengthening radii or ribs.

Aluminum handles ware include handles on home doors, car doors, sliding doors, and cabinets, shower handles, door knobs, door hinges, bolts, stops, locks, drawer pulls, lifts, faucets, and more.

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