Anodized Aluminum for Architectural Applications
Lorin Industries, Inc., the global industry leader in the innovation and production of coil anodized aluminum, highlights its anodized aluminum for architectural applications.
Lorin’s coil anodizing process builds an anodic layer from the aluminum, bonding it to the surface at the molecular level, thus protecting the aluminum from the elements. The anodized aluminum will not chip, flake, peel, or corrode and also resists scratching. With a Mohs Hardness score comparable to sapphire, and corrosion resistance that leaves the metal unaffected by salt and air, coil anodized aluminum provides durable beauty that cuts maintenance costs while providing added environmental benefits. All of these benefits make the material ideal for your architectural needs.
Coil anodized aluminum can be made in numerous colors. For example, for exterior use, Lorin can match most any natural metal look, including shades of zinc, steel, titanium, copper, gold, brass, bronze, and natural aluminum by using inorganic dyes or metal fines added into the pores of the protective anodic outer layer.
Continuous coil anodized aluminum from Lorin has been featured in award winning architecture all around the world. The Ito tower in Amsterdam won the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize and features Lorin coil anodized aluminum done with Hunter Douglas p
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