Elite Group of Companies through the Extrusion subsidiaries deploy 7 extrusion lines offering a wide array of premium, innovative products for any architectural and non-architectural applications.

We process mill finish profiles, powder coated profiles (vertical & horizontal lines), wood coated profiles and anodized profiles.

The 6xxx series are the ones most selected for extrusion applications:
  • ALLOYS AA 6063, 6061, 6082
  • TEMPER T4, T6


Windows & doors (casement, sliding & hinged version), full glazing systems, curtain walls, cladding & roofing, shop fronts louvers & grills, handrails & balustrades, kitchen profiles, furniture & partitions. So as HVAC scope, piping & ducting, sign board, scaffolding sections among others.

In addition we offer all the most common section like squared & round bars, equal & unequal angles, rectangular & squared tubes with different design, dimensions and thicknesses.


The extrusion is “QUALICOAT” certified for high quality Powder Coated Aluminium Profiles, coating with vertical & horizontal high capacity European plants.

Powder coating is a type of coating that is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder. The coating is typically applied electrostatically and is then cured under heat to allow it to flow and form a “skin”. The powder may be a thermoplastic or a thermoset polymer and it is usually used to create a hard finish that is tougher than conventional paint. It prevents from high corrosion in acidic and alkaline environments.


The wood effect finishing is a film coating process offer a perfect integration with the aluminum properties and offering a natural appearance of wood. The products have stable quality, appealing appearance and therefore a higher value of decoration.

The wood pattern coating can be cured and transferred to the surface of aluminum profile under a temperature of 200 degree Celsius and reach a usual thickness of 60 μm.

The wood effect can be applied to any profile for exterior and interior design such as window profiles or kitchen cabinet.


The extrusion is “QUALANOD” certified for high quality Anodized Aluminium Profiles. Anodizing is a process in which the aluminium profiles are immersed in an acid-based electrolyte tank and a current pass through the solution.

The aluminum profiles serves as the anode, so the electrolyte releases oxygen ions on the profile’ surface. The oxygen simultaneously react with the aluminum surface to form a hard oxide film. The full process includes pre-treatment and post-treatment and is called anodizing because the part to be treated forms the anode electrode of an electrical circuit.

Anodizing increases resistance to corrosion, offer aesthetic touch and provides better adhesion for paint primers and glues than bare metal.


We extrude aluminum sections suitable for further crimping for thermal break profiles & systems. In architecture and building construction a thermal break is an element of low thermal conductivity placed in an assembly to reduce or prevent the flow of thermal energy between conductive materials.

Subsequently aluminum windows and doors separating the frame into two separate interior and exterior pieces joined with a less conductive material reduces temperature transfer. Thermal breaks are made of hardy, rigid, low thermal conductive polyamide or polyurethane which is mechanically locked in aluminum window framing. Moreover thermal breaks can have the added benefit of reducing sound transmittance by dampening vibration.

We have incorporated certified glazing systems:
  • THERMOS 110® and THERMOS 120® sliding series, thermal break.
  • ECO 500 ® casement and sliding series, thermal break.
  • Elegant 65® & Elegant 50® Structural Glazing System, thermal break.
  • AL-WIN 80® casement series and AL-WIN 105® sliding series, no-thermal break.


Elite Group would be glad to provide technical & commercial support to identify the suitable aluminium solution, suggest the right profile section with minimum size for Project feasibility:

  • Review of the architectural designs, project specifications and all associated reference documentation.
  • Shop Drawings
  • Wind loads Calculations
  • Thermal Analysis
  • Structural Calculation
  • Die Drawings
  • Fabrication Drawings
  • M.T.O (Material Take off)
  • As Built Drawings