Gefab products find application as given below:

  • Aluminium joineries for doors, windows, ventilators, partitions.
  • UPVC joineries for the same.
  • Structural glazing in semi-unitized and unitized system.
  • Bolted and spider glazing system
  • Canopies

Aluminium has won favour as a building material because of its appearance and finishing potential, its resistance to weathering, its ease of fabrication and its high strength- to- weight ratio. Architects and designers are finding that aluminium's high strength-to-weight ratio, versatility, durability and decorative potential offer unique advantages over alternative materials. Aluminium reduces the load demand on foundations in both industrial and residential buildings; it can be anodized or painted, meeting designer's aesthetic needs; and, when extruded aluminium offers an almost unlimited range of profiles and shapes. Products roll-formed from aluminium sheet pre-coated in a choice of colours are widely applied in house constructions. Aluminium extruded shapes are largely used for windows and door frames with its unique features of flexible design and ease of assembling. Non-residential buildings such as hotels, office blocks etc. are frequently clad on the outside with aluminium curtain walling, and structural glazing and are fitted on the inside with aluminium partitioning and fixtures. Aluminium sheet is supplied in corrugated forms for commercial and industrial buildings and resists corrosion better than similar products fabricated from other metals. Buildings apart, aluminium are used in a very wide range of other structural applications for e.g. highway structures (signs, light standards, bridge railing, and median barriers.), transmission towers and petroleum drilling equipment.

Aluminium extrusions have found wide acceptance in residential buildings. In India, C.P.W.D and P.W.D have banned usage of wood for windows and doors and have switched over to aluminium extrusions in the project recognizing the environmental friendliness of aluminium.