Lorin prides itself on the quality of its Coil Service Center (CSC) and has developed many value-added services to meet our client’s unique requirements by making coil-anodized aluminum even more efficient and user-friendly in the manufacturing and installation process.
ASSURANCE THE JOB WILL BE DONE RIGHT
What makes Lorin’s Coil Service Center different is our culture, the 23 years average tenure of our employees, their knowledge of our customers and the markets we serve, and their unwavering commitment to the long term success of Lorin and its customers.
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COLOR & ANODIC LAYER CONFIRMED
Lorin’s in-house laboratory is a fully capable lab that we use for in-house testing and color-matching. We measure and test the color value according to the Hunter L. A. B. 3-dimensional color scale, anodic layer (using ASTM B137 testing) and gloss to verify that all are in specification multiple times during each manufacturing run.
We know how important color can be and we use our lab to create color match samples for the customer to approve prior to running the material on our lines. This provides an added level of assurance that you will get what you ask for.
Lorin has an Atlas Weatherometer to perform accelerated weathering tests on our materials to make sure they stand the test of time.
Lorin performs other testing such as Salt Spray, Anodic Layer Seal Quality, and Abrasion Resistance.
By providing our clients with coil slitting services, we have the capability to slit the anodized coil into multiple widths. We have two slitters, each designed for specific markets, applications and capabilities. This ensures that the finished coil is handled minimally and the delivered product is “ready to use” at the factory or job site.
Anodized coils can be slit in gauges ranging from 0.008”/0.2 mm to 0.100”/2.5 mm. Although, slit widths ranging from 0.75”/19 mm to 56”/1422 mm can be accommodated. Up to 34 slit cuts per coil can be performed.
In a similar fashion, Lorin Industries offers cut-to-length sheet services for clients requiring flat sheeted material. Lorin is careful to use roller levelers so as not to damage the anodic layer as tension levelers can. Here, too, Lorin is prepared to deliver reliable services and offers the following capabilities:
Anodized coils can be cut to length in gauges ranging from a minimum of 0.004” (0.1 mm) up to 0.080” (2.0 mm).
Loading widths ranging from a minimum of 7” (178 mm) to a maximum of 62” (1575 mm) can be accommodated.
Cut segments can range in length from a minimum of 8” (203 mm) to a maximum of 182” (4622 mm).
Whether secured to skids, shrink wrapped or custom crated, Lorin can get your material where you want it, when you want it, damage free. We have international packaging designed by packaging engineers that includes heat treated skids. We have proven specialized packaging for domestic shipments. Our sheet stock skids are designed to provide protection surrounding the entire packaged. We can even build custom crating.
At Lorin we understand that sometimes you have your own metal and you want to have it anodized by the best in the world. At Lorin, we have you covered with a tolling policy that puts the customer first – like only billing for the good metal we ship, not on incoming metal. Details of our policy can be found below.
- Billed for what we ship not for what we receive.
- Etching, brightening, coloring and electro-polishing processes.
- 0.004” – 0.100” in up to 62” wide – depending on gauge / width combinations and anodized finishing type.
- Large coil capabilities of up to 15,000 pounds mean less physical losses.
- Material is reviewed for quality throughout the production run and our quality team assists in handling mill returns.
- Partner with our customers in warehousing and staging coils for large program opportunities.
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