Lorin Holds Training with Oakland Metal Sales on Anodized Aluminum

By Steven Soderberg, Lorin Industries, Inc.

Lorin Industries, Inc. announces a training session between its team members and Oakland Metal Sales on the benefits and applications of Lorin’s anodized aluminum. The training, held at the Oakland Metal Sales facility in Auburn Hills, Michigan on January 16, provided information for Oakland Metal Sales team members as well as outside contractors and installers in the market.

Attendees of the training learned the benefits of Lorin’s anodized aluminum compared to other options like painted aluminum, bronze, copper, zinc, stainless steel, titanium, brass, or gold. 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. Lorin offers a myriad of color options for interior applications, a wide variety of shades of natural metal looks that are UV stable, various embossed and perforated options, and the durable material will not chip, flake, peel, or corrode. It also resists scratches and requires very minimal maintenance.

The training also covered the variety of applications for Lorin’s anodized aluminum, including architectural, consumer product, commercial appliance, design, and transportation applications. The durability of Lorin’s anodized aluminum makes it ideal for these many applications. 

Training attendees will now be able to better understand anodized aluminum and convey these benefits and applications to customers including architects, contractors, and more.

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