Reflect your vision with beautiful, elegant and strong material
Lorin Industries, Inc., the global industry leader in the innovation and production of coil anodized aluminum, announces the Lorin Anodized Copper Collection, ideal for exterior and interior architectural finishes. With a number of the products meeting Architectural Class I and Architectural Class II designations, the Lorin Anodized Copper Collection provides the perfect complement to a variety of applications, including ceiling tiles, paneling, exterior wall cladding, backsplashes, column covers, decorative trim, and many more applications. The Lorin sales team focuses on helping architects and designers select the products that will reflect your vision by providing a beautiful and elegant copper look.
Shipped ready to form and punch, Lorin’s Anodized Aluminum Copper weighs 60 percent less than real copper and painted steel products, providing strength and ease of use, along with its natural good looks.
Anodized aluminum is easy to form and requires less work than other metals, including copper itself. Anodizing is an electro-chemical process that builds an anodic layer from the aluminum, bonding it to the surface at the molecular level, thus protecting the aluminum from the elements. Anodized Aluminum stays the same and looks just like it did the day it was purchased. The Lorin Anodized Copper Collection offers a variety of copper shades – but the best part is that the color won’t patina or fade, thus ensuring the beautiful copper look forever. The durable material will not chip, flake, peel, or corrode. It also resists scratches, and requires very minimal maintenance.
Lorin Anodized Copper Collection finishes for exterior applications are available from medium to dark to copper penny, applied to mill finish, short line brush, long line brush, OSB (one-side-bright), or stucco embossed. For interior applications, choose from OSB, short line brush, or long line brush finishes.
The Lorin Anodized Copper Collection is 100 percent recyclable, making it a smart, environmentally responsible material decision. It is an excellent choice for architects working on Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) green building projects.
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