Architectural profiles

Our dedication to tackling technical challenges on behalf of our customers has played a significant role in our growth and development within the architectural profiles sector. This ethos is central to our identity at LINKIN, shaping the way we operate and interact with clients.

Key features

  • Strength and Durability

    Aluminium profiles provide excellent structural strength and durability, making them suitable for withstanding harsh weather conditions, including wind, rain, and temperature fluctuations. This durability ensures long-term performance and reduces maintenance requirements, making aluminium profiles a cost-effective choice for windows, doors, and facades.

  • Lightweight

    Despite their strength, aluminium profiles are lightweight compared to other materials. This lightweight nature makes them easier to handle during installation and reduces the overall load on the building's structure. It also allows for larger window and door designs without compromising structural integrity.

  • Corrosion Resistance

    Aluminium naturally forms a protective oxide layer when exposed to the atmosphere, providing inherent corrosion resistance. This feature is particularly advantageous in coastal or industrial areas where exposure to salt, pollution, or other corrosive elements is common. It ensures the longevity of windows, doors, and facades, even in challenging environments.

  • Design Versatility

    Aluminium profiles offer versatility in design, allowing for the creation of various window, door, and facade configurations to suit different architectural styles and preferences. They can be extruded into a wide range of shapes and sizes, facilitating the integration of unique features such as curved or angled profiles, large spans of glass, and intricate detailing.

  • Thermal Efficiency

    Modern aluminium profiles often feature thermal break technology, which helps improve thermal insulation and energy efficiency. By incorporating thermal breaks made of non-conductive materials within the profile's structure, heat transfer between the interior and exterior of the building is minimized, resulting in reduced heating and cooling costs.

  • Aesthetic Appeal

    Aluminium profiles offer sleek and modern aesthetics that complement contemporary architectural designs. They can be finished with various coatings, including powder coating, anodizing, or wood grain finishes, to achieve desired colours and textures. Additionally, aluminium profiles allow for slim sightlines, maximizing natural light intake and providing unobstructed views through windows and doors.


Our dedication lies in providing top-notch aluminium profiles tailored specifically for architectural applications. We take pride in being a trusted supplier to system providers. At LINKIN, we understand the critical role that profiles play in the construction of modern architectural marvels. That's why we prioritize precision engineering and innovation in every aspect of our manufacturing process.