For those of you who want surface protection and minimal bacteria collection on surfaces, consider the benefits of Lorin Anodized Aluminum. In addition to all of the other benefits of anodized aluminum, Lorin’s proprietary anodizing process delivers antimicrobial properties backed by independent lab testing. Lorin worked with an independent third party lab to test the antimicrobial properties of Lorin Anodized Aluminum. Testing with (Escherichia coli) resulted in a reduction in concentration of the bacteria 74% to 99.7%.
Lorin Industries, Inc., the global industry leader in the innovation and production of coil anodized aluminum, highlights their leading product, ClearMatt Architectural Class I finish for exterior applications. ClearMatt is ideal for architectural projects for a range of architectural and construction applications, including in the use of exterior paneling for facades as well as cool roofs. For these reasons, ClearMatt anodized aluminum is featured on a multitude of iconic buildings.Lorin ClearMatt aesthetically offers a beautiful metallic look that only comes from the three-dimensional look of anodized aluminum.
Lorin Industries, Inc., the global industry leader in the innovation and production of coil anodized aluminum, highlights its full range of anodized aluminum and ClearMatt® Architectural Class I finish. Lorin’s line of anodized aluminum is defined by its environmentally friendly and durable design, making it a sustainable solution that benefits both the planet and your next architectural project.From ceiling systems and signage to commercial appliances and interior automotive trims, Lorin anodized aluminum serves a wide variety of commercial applications. These metals can also be used for honeycomb panels, elevator trim and decorative panels, aluminum composite panels, standing seam roof systems, and decorative column colors.A heavy emphasis on environmental responsibility defines Lorin’s anodized aluminum.
Lorin Industries, Inc., the global industry leader in the innovation and production of coil anodized aluminum, announces that its AlumaPlus® product meets longstanding and recent trends in the appliance industry, for the benefit of manufacturers. For years, in commercial spaces, stainless steel has held sway as the material of choice for a large number of different appliance types. The look of stainless steel is often chosen for its sleek appearance and easy complementarity with almost any other finish color for walls, cabinets, and accents.