The advantages of Aluminum Lighting Parts over plastic. With the invention of plastic, a lot of materials are being replaced for it. From wood to metal, each and every kind of instrument has a plastic equivalent. Because of the cost of wooden cabinets and shelves, there are now plastic equivalents. There are also plastic versions of instruments like flutes, harmonicas, etc. Toys are mostly plastic because they can easily be sanitized. They stay clean and do not rot like wood or rust like metal. However, for some, metal is still preferable and necessary.
For lighting parts, some may see that aluminum has advantages over plastic. Of course, not all metals will be better than plastic. There are some that are really inferior and will not compare to plastic in any way. However, a premium metal like aluminum will fair well against plastic.
For starters, plastic is sturdy and aluminum is too. It is actually stronger than plastic. Next, plastic does not rot. Aluminum, out of all the other metals, rust rarely because of its special properties. The advantages of Aluminum Lighting Parts over plastic are more on the aspect of the environment. Both are non-biodegradable and are recyclable. However, plastic is expensive and difficult to recycle. It may also produce noxious gases when recycled. Aluminum recycling is widespread and has helped reduce the amount of aluminum waste in the planet. This is why aluminum lighting parts may be better than plastic.
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