Braces can be considered the most damaged part of a bicycle, but carefully choose a quality brace product to limit rust.
Aluminum alloy rims are the most commonly used and easily seen material on bicycle models today. Aluminum alloy is a mixture and assimilation of aluminum and a number of other elements such as copper, tin, manganese, silicon, magnesium ... for the purpose of enhancing physical properties depending on the application of the material.
- Product advantages are excellent general-purpose alloy, with high strength, good corrosion resistance and good weldability. The disadvantage is that it is easy to deform when exposed to too high temperature (melted with soft aluminum and brittle with hard aluminum). In manufacturing, aluminum alloy rims have many different types, which are not easy to distinguish with the naked eye, and they also have different physical properties. People distinguish aluminum alloys according to the number 1 to 7 and add the tail number to classify the composition of the compound (For example, aluminum 6061, 6063, 7075 ...).
- Tien Dat Aluminum is a reputable unit specializing in manufacturing and providing safe, durable and environmentally friendly products. With the design process and production process meeting ISO 9001:2015 standards. For Tien Dat braces, super-hard aluminum alloy is used to meet international standards, ensuring absolute safety.
- Products are surface treated by plating technology to create a thick anodization film, the color on braces and other accessories will not fade or peel.
- All products manufactured at Tien Dat Aluminum are strictly tested before being delivered to users.