At North West Aluminium we use the latest technology available to ensure that we are delivering the best possible standards to our customers.

Since we began operating more than over 25 years ago, we have always been proud of the complete satisfaction of our customers, our innovative product range and our 'second-to-none' customer service.

We have high end capabilities all along our production and manufacturing line including:

  • Press brakes and folders
  • Cutting and shearing
  • CNC Punching Press
  • Welding
  • Metal Working
  • Rolling Forming 
  • Powder coating




Press brakes and Folders

Safan Darley E-Brake B 100-3100 NS

  • 100 tonnage x 3100mm bending length

Cidan Folding Machine K25-30

  • 3mm Aluminium, 2mm Steel x 3100mm bending length

Durma Model ADR CNC Press Brake

  • 175 tonnage x 4050mm bending length

Cutting & Shearing

Cidan Cutter

  • Cut to Length 
  • No limit on working length 
  • Automated slitting and cutting

Durma Model SBT 4006 Guillotine 

  • Hydraulic Swing Bean Shear 
  • Capable of cutting 4000mm length x 6mm Aluminium, 4mm Steel 

Uzma Model MG3002 Mechanical Shear 

  • Hydraulic Swing Bean Shear
  • Capable of cutting 3000mm length x 2mm Aluminum, 1.2mm Steel

Bomar Model AL500ANC Automatic Saw

  • Hydraulic Swing Bean Shear
  • Capable of cutting 3000mm length x 2mm Aluminum, 1.2mm Steel

CNC Punching Press

Trumpf Trumatic 3000R Punching Press

  • The TRUMPF Trumatic 3000R enables NWA to process a diverse range of parts with flexibility. With its innovative punching tools this machine enables the flexible processing of a diverse range of parts. In addition to punching, the machines provide the option to form sheet metal parts. NWA have also commissioned the manufacture of both a slitting and drip tool for certain materials. The unique punching head design can turn the tool to any angular position. This minimizes setup times and increases productivity.
  • This machine opens a wide range of opportunities for our technical department. If you feel you have a project we may be able to handle please feel free to get in touch.


Fully equipped MIG/TIG Welding stations for Aluminium fabrications

  • MIG Welding:  Sometimes referred to as Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), this is a process that utilizes a constantly fed solid electrode, shielding gas from an externally supplied source and electrical power to melt the electrode and leave this molten material in the weld joint.
  • TIG Welding (Tungsten Inert Gas): Known as Gas tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), the process uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode that sends the current to the welding arc. The tungsten and weld puddle are safeguarded and cooled with an inert gas, usually argon. As it used a filler material for build-up or reinforcement, TIG welding is like oxy-acetylene welding.

Metal Working

Sunrise Model IW-60H Hydraulic Ironworker

  • Capable of Punching, Flat Bar Shearing, Angle Shearing, Bar Shearing, Notching and punching

Durma Model VN 2006 Variable Angle Notcher

  • Cutting Capacity: 6mm
  • Cutting Length: 200 x 200mm

Arboga A2608 Pedestal Drilling Machine

  • Drilling capacity: 25mm
  • Quill movement: 130mm
  • Distance drill – column: 255mm

Avamatic AV65 Tube Forming Machine

  • Up to 6" Ø capacity
  • Infinitely adjustable expansion and reduction
  • Side loading, no lifting
  • Semi-automatic operation
  • High Production capability
  • End for or near bends
  • No Tube Clamping required

Roll Forming

Capable of producing 4,000 metres of Aluminium trims per day

Roll forming is a continuous profile production process to form sheet metal progressively into  a desired shape with closer tolerances.

The process offers several advantages including:

  • Complex geometrical shapes
  • High strength
  • Dimensional accuracy
  • Closer tolerances
  • Good surface finish

The process can also produce thin-walled cross-sections and complex shaped profiles which are difficult to produce by other methods.

In some cases roll-formed profiles have more inherent strength than those produced by other methods.

Powder Coating

Powder coating is a type of coating that is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder.

The main difference between a conventional liquid paint and a powder coating is that the powder coating does not require a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid suspension form.

The facilities at the NWA Group Powder Coating plant include:

  • Box Oven 4.5m x 2.5m x 2.4m
  • Spray Room 5m x 3m x 2.5m
  • Overhead Conveyor System
  • Dip Pre Treatment Tank System (4 stage)
  • Well Drying Oven