Industrial aluminum profiles are also called aluminum alloy profiles, which refer to aluminum materials with different cross-sectional shapes obtained from aluminum rods through a series of processes such as heating, extrusion, and straightening. According to the proportion of added alloys, the aluminum profiles produced are also different, and the industries used are also different. Generally speaking, it is mainly used in aerospace, transportation, construction industry, machinery and equipment, ships, daily necessities, medical equipment and other industries.
Medical device aluminum profile
refers to the instruments, equipment, appliances, calibration objects, materials and other similar or related items that are directly or indirectly used in the human body with aluminum alloy as the material. The types of medical device aluminum profiles include crutches, wheelchairs, stretchers, walkers, sterilization boxes, hospital beds, etc. Since the 21st century, many new technologies and products have appeared in the aluminum alloy medical device industry, which has made many fundamental improvements and improvements in clinical medicine. The future medical device aluminum profile must be composed of information technology, nanotechnology and biological sciences.
Each bed in the hospital ward is equipped with a complete functional equipment belt or functional frame (dry and wet separation suspension bridge), and the power supply of each bed is supplied by an independent feedback circuit. The headboard (aluminum alloy) of each bed has interfaces for providing electricity, oxygen, compressed air and negative pressure suction. There are also special industrial aluminum profiles used in hospital beds. To process industrial aluminum profiles into headboard panels, hospital beds, etc. used in wards, the processing equipment to be used are: cutting saws, CNC drilling and milling machines or industrial aluminum machining centers and some auxiliary equipment such as punch, etc.