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  • Aluro confirms high ambitions with new employees

    Aluro confirms high ambitions with new employees

    Expectations are high at Aluro.  The Belgian specialist in the assembly of aluminum profiles with thermal break, launched its Aluroller EVO last year.  This machine is the newest development of the Belgian specialist, and is now the only machine in the world to consistently deliver correct, stress-free insulated aluminium profiles and for the first time right, with zero defects.  Meanwhile, market demand has become so high that Aluro has written out a new vacancy for an ‘International Sales Engineer’.

  • Aluro presents new Thermal Break Technology at Greenbuild International Expo in Washington

    Aluro presents new Thermal Break Technology at Greenbuild International Expo in Washington

    Aluro, the Belgian specialist in Thermal Break assembly of aluminium profiles with isolation strips, will be presenting its new Thermal Break Technology at the Greenbuild International Expo in Washington.  Aluro’s Aluroller EVO was officially launched earlier this year, and is a revolutionary machine that is ready to assemble the most futuristic and qualitative aluminium window and door profiles.  Aluro will be presenting its latest innovation at the Greenbuild International Expo, which will take place at the Washington Convention Center from 18 to 19 November 2015.

  • Aluro celebrates the Aluroller EVO

    Aluro celebrates the Aluroller EVO

    Aluro, the Belgian specialist in Thermal Break assembly of aluminium profiles with plastic strips, is celebrating its Aluroller EVO.  This machine is the newest development of the Belgian specialist, and is now the only machine in the world to consistently deliver correct, stress-free insulated aluminium profiles and for the first time right, with zero defects.  It also allows for quick conversion from one to the next kind of profile with its own specifications and measurements.

  • Aluro presents tomorrow's technology for thermal break assembly of aluminum profiles

    Aluro presents tomorrow's technology for thermal break assembly of aluminum profiles

    Aluro, the Belgian specialist in the thermal break assembly of aluminum profiles with plastic strips, will be presenting its revolutionary new Aluroller before year-end.  The company has over 40 years’ experience in building and servicing machines for isolating aluminum profiles.  Early December, Aluro will be revealing its newest development to a selective audience at its offices in Heist-op-den-Berg, Belgium.  

  • Aluro values customer input

    Aluro values customer input

    Since Customer Satisfaction is extremely important to Aluro, we recently invited all of our customers to participate in our annual customer satisfaction survey.  This survey was distributed among all of our customers, spread around the world.  Even though this survey showed that the large majority of our customers are extremely satisfied with Aluro as their supplier, we also took note of some recommendations.  We set our standards high, and value our customers’ opinions.  Which is why several actions have been taken in response to our customers’ feedback.

  • Aluro continues to invest in product enhancements

    Aluro continues to invest in product enhancements

    Aluro is the worldwide market leader in the construction of machines for thermal break insulation of aluminium profiles.  The company continues to invest in the further enhancement of its products.  The Aluroller, Aluro’s fully integrated and automated product, can now be extended with the “Lift-Assist”.

Discover our stand-alone Thermal Break Machines

  1. BTM Knurling Machine
  2. BTM Strip Insertion & Assembly Machine
  3. BTM Rolling (Crimping) Machine

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Aluro services customers all around the world

  • Metal Technology Ltd.
    Antrim, Northern Ireland
    Metal Technology Ltd.

    For over 30 years, Metal Technology Ltd is one of the UK and Ireland's leading architectural aluminium systems companies.  Since its inception in December 1985, Metal Technology is now one of the UK and Ireland's leading designers and suppliers of bespoke architectural aluminium window, door and curtain wall systems.  Annual installations exceed 90 million pounds and the company operates daily dispatches to the UK and Ireland from its three acre manufacturing and distribution headquarters in Northern Ireland.

    While Metal Technology has always focused on innovative designs, it has never lost sight of its capabilities in the production department.  The company's success has been built upon a core focus and investment in support, product development and reducing the environmental impact.  It is probably due to that company philosophy that Metal Technology crossed the path of Aluro. 

  • Bouvet SA
    Angers, France
    Bouvet SA

    For three generations already, Bouvet SA is a family-owned and –run corporation which has grown from a one man business into a large corporation with close to 1.000 employees and to € 150 mio turnover.  Bouvet purchased its first Aluroller in 2007, and its first Aluroller EVO was installed just a few months ago.

    One of the company’s corporate values is to never cease to innovate.  Since the 1970’s already, the company started experimenting with the combination of different raw materials to produce end products.  Today, this has resulted in a separate business unit: subdivision MINCO focuses exclusively on the production of window profiles, which are a combination of aluminium and wood.  Bouvet itself has also extended its activities and is now a full extruder, thereby allowing even more innovation.

    In the first years of this millennium, Bouvet started to explore the possibilities of Thermal Break for aluminium profiles, and that’s how they came across Aluro. 

With the new Aluroller EVO, you will

  1. Assemble futuristic profile types, using new and innovative isolation techniques
  2. Reduce the set-up time to just a few minutes, and therefore increase your flexibility
  3. Enable Lean Manufacturing

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