Lorin Expands Collection Of Pre-Cut Coil Anodized Aluminum Sheets
Muskegon, MI - Lorin Industries has expanded its collection of stock pre-cut sheets for a variety of exterior and interior architectural applications including ceiling tiles, paneling, exterior wall cladding, backsplashes,
column covers, decorative trim, and more.
Offered in a variety of colors and finishes - including beautiful and elegant Copper Penny, Weathered Rust, and Perforated Anodized Aluminum - Stock Sheets enable architects and designers to select products with exceptional functionality, superior durability,
and excellent aesthetics that “Reflect Your Vision”. The sheets are shipped ready to form and punch.
"The Copper Penny finish matches the appearance of a well-traveled copper penny, and just like a penny, it will last a long time, as it will not continue to patina like natural copper," said Steven Soderberg, Corporate Marketing Manager, Lorin Industries.
"Lorin’s Anodized Aluminum Copper Penny sheets weigh 60 percent less than real copper and painted steel products, providing strength and ease of use, along with a naturally beautiful finish."
The Weathered Rust finish achieves the aesthetic appeal of authentic weathered rust while providing the strength and durability of Lorin Anodized Aluminum. Lightweight and easy to work with, Weathered Rust is available for order in 48.5″ x 96”
sheets with no minimum order quantity required and is offered in .025 gauge. "Rust is perfect for creating an aesthetic weathered rust look in modern, classic or traditional interior spaces where designers are looking to add a contrast of colors and
beautiful weathered textures," Soderberg noted. "Weathered Rust can be used in a variety of interior projects, from foyers, wall columns, cabinets, accent walls, reception areas, offices, apartments, counters, and much more, it is only limited to
your creative vision."
While Lorin’s Perforated Anodized Aluminum can be made in a variety of colors and finishes and deliver functionality, superior durability, and excellent aesthetics, the Stocked Sheets are offered in clear anodized .032 gauge, 48” X 96”
sheet size with circular holes with a .025 anodic layer thickness. The cost-effective coil anodizing process, pioneered by Lorin, protects the aluminum while also improving its aesthetic properties and durability. Lorin anodizes its aluminum sheets
after they have been perforated to protect the inside edges of the perforations and to ensure that color is consistent throughout the entire perforated anodized sheet, including inside the holes.
"Lorin Anodized Aluminum is a perfect material to replace the mundane look of paint or other standard materials," Soderberg said. "Anodized aluminum is lightweight and easy to manipulate and requires less work than other metals, including copper. Anodizing
is an electro-chemical process that builds an anodic layer from the aluminum, thus protecting it from the elements. The durable material will not chip, flake, peel, or corrode. It also resists scratches, requires minimal maintenance, and comes with
a twenty year surface warranty. No minimum order quantity is required for the Stocked Sheets."
Lorin Anodized Aluminum sheets are 100 percent recyclable, making them a smart, environmentally responsible material decision and an excellent choice for architects working on Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) green building projects.
About Lorin Industries
Industries is a provider of coil anodized aluminum, made exclusively in the USA and used in various industries including architecture and construction. Family-owned for over 80 years, Lorin aluminum can be seen shining brilliantly on some of the world’s most iconic structures
and designs, and, no matter the age, they are always radiant. Three times tougher than the raw material, anodized aluminum won’t chip, flake, peel, patina, rust, or weather. And to make things easy, Lorin cleans, anodizes, colors, seals, cuts,
and delivers ready-to-fabricate coils all in one stop. A wide range of colors and finish options are available, along with several different patterns of perforated aluminum.
Anodized aluminum isn’t just one material. It’s one remarkable opportunity to access thousands of looks, textures, colors and finishes that reflect creativity, advanced technology and environmental responsibility. No one understands that technology
and its potential better than Lorin Industries. To learn more, visit www.lorin.com.