Belgian company Aluro, which specializes in thermal break assembly of aluminum profiles with plastic strips, announced the development of its latest machine Aluroller EVO.

“We’ve noticed that the market of window isolation is rapidly changing,” says Peter De Roovere, head of Aluro’s research and development. “ … We are in close contact with our customers who are active in window manufacturing. But we also maintain close relationships with the providers of isolation strips and other isolation technologies. Both groups have come to us with the request to build a new machine that will allow a qualitative assembly of the aluminum profiles in which these new isolation technologies can easily and effectively be inserted.”

The first Aluroller EVO was installed at Reynaers Aluminium in Duffel, near Aluro’s headquarters in Heist-op-den-Berg.

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