Engineered products is characterized as basic aluminum fabricated product that has been mechanically, and at times thermally, altered to create special properties for specific purposes.

Examples are rod, wire and cable, castings, composites, extrusions and/or components for various systems or end-use markets.

Ref: 123842/2006-09-25


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