Aluminium surface treatments: advanced and fully customized machinery

Aluminium is a soft, lightweight metal with a silvery white appearance. It is widely used in the manufacture of a variety of products, such as window frames, and is fundamental in many industrial sectors.

Aluminium surface treatments and finishes involve a number of steps to achieve the desired results. Volpato has designed specific standard machines, but also custom-made machines, to perform different aluminium surface treatments. All machines are specifically designed to perform a different aluminium finishing process, obtaining excellent results and high quality finished products.

Machines designed for different aluminium surface treatments

Using Volpato machinery you can carry out different types of aluminium surface treatments and processing. All the machines designed and produced by the company, in fact, allow to efficiently shape the raw material used in any production line, with a large number of finishing processes.

Aluminium satin finish

Satin finishing aluminium is a process of superficial treatment used in almost all sectors where this material is used for aesthetic or functional purposes


Aluminium checkering is a process performed in radically different sectors in which this material is used. Obtained by using specialized machinery, it has both functional and aesthetic objectives.

Polished aluminium

Polishing aluminium is a process that is carried out for aesthetic and/or functional purposes.


Aluminium lapping is a precision surface finishing operation, performed with brushes that make use of the action of an abrasive powder sprinkled on a metal support that often has a similar shape to that of the object requiring the finishing process.

Aluminium brightening process

Aluminium brightening is a finishing process performed using special brushes, soaked in a fine, abrasive product called rinse aid, that work directly on the material.

Aluminium sanding

Aluminium sanding consists in uniforming the surface finish of the material, obtaining a roughness determined by the abrasive grain used and by the cutting speed.