Lorin Industries Launches Batch Anodizing Line
New Addition Meets The Needs Of A Wide Variety Of Industries
Muskegon, MI - Lorin Industries Inc., a global industry leader in the innovation and production of coil anodized aluminum,
announces the launch of its new batch anodizing line. This capability, combined with the long history of anodized coil processing, allows Lorin to satisfy the needs of its current coil to coil customers with batch anodized parts. New customers requiring
batch anodizing specifically can also now access Lorin’s premier coil anodizing process. The products produced with Lorin’s batch anodizing process offer the same high quality finishes Lorin is known for in their coil anodized products,
which are utilized globally.
Anodizing allows Lorin's customers to provide aluminum products and parts with the ability to withstand the elements and assure wear protection on a long-term basis, thus offering superior quality with a durable, corrosion-resistant finish, along with
aesthetically pleasing colors. Lorin’s anodizing process provides a variety of colors and finishes, adding the perfect touch to anything from an electric guitar to a medical instrument.
Batch anodizing, also called "piece-part" anodizing, is one of the two types of anodizing processes, alongside continuous coil anodizing. Both processes are fundamentally similar, in that each is an electrochemical process that builds a durable anodic
layer that becomes a part of the substrate on a molecular level. The primary difference is that batch anodizing involves racking parts, or sheets, that are dipped into a series of tanks or baths. The advantages of batch anodizing include the ability
to do small parts and smaller runs as well as thicker films and a plethora of colors. Products that would benefit from batch anodizing include: architectural trim, medical device components, firearm components, aerospace components, hunting and sporting
goods equipment, and automotive parts, just to name a few.
The premier quality of Lorin’s batch anodizing products arises out of the sophistication of its coil anodizing process, which combines the latest technological advancements with top quality materials. Lorin’s batch anodizing process utilizes
tank sizes that allow for maximum flexibility in the process and the ability to efficiently turn around large as well as small order sizes. Lorin is offering a variety of standard and custom colors with Type II, Type III (traditional hard-coat), and
Lorin’s proprietary ColorIn® process included in their Batch line product offering.
Companies looking to create large or small runs of products with thick anodic layers and anodized protected edges will find an ideal solution in Lorin’s sophisticated batch anodizing process and will be able to take advantage of Lorin’s technical
expertise, customer focus and committed team. Whether the industry be architectural products, automotive, aerospace, military, toys, medical devices, or consumer goods, Lorin’s batch anodizing process fits the needs of specific products and
desired performance requirements.
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.