Olin Brass/Fabricated Products
Olin Corporation–the leading producer of chlorine based products and a US manufacturer of ammunition.
Olin Corporation began in 1892 as a small blasting powder supplier in East Alton, Illinois. Following a few decades of success, along with some fruitful acquisitions, Olin added Mathieson Chemical Corporation into the mix, further increasing Olin’s product offering. Over time, the new Olin has grown and expanded to encompass several complementary business units, among them—Olin Chlor Alkali Products & Vinyls and Olin Epoxy. In 1931, Olin brought Winchester into the fold; the leading manufacturer of ammunition in the United States. Collectively, these business segments employ 8,000 professionals in more than 20 countries with customers in nearly 100 countries across the globe.
The largest, most reliable chlorine supply and industry-leading chlor alkali products. That’s the secret to the Olin system, and the formula for your success.
Our dedication to continuous innovation has yielded a high-quality supply of several core chemicals, used in countless ways every day across the globe. From Chlorine to Caustic Soda, you’ll find what you need right here. And each product is backed by the localized customer support that Only Olin can provide virtually anywhere in the world.
Olin’s Sodium Hydroxide is a key ingredient in soap – which helps to prevent the spread of germs, like COVID-19 and other viruses. For more than 100 years, we have been a global industry leader in producing both membrane-grade and commercial-grade Caustic Soda. In fact, more than 70 percent of our company’s output is high-purity caustic.
Olin Epoxy offers a range of products and systems that allow manufacturers to meet the extreme weight and strength demands placed on wind energy blades. Our high-performance portfolio includes technologies that enable the design, fabrication and use of longer, lighter and stronger wind blades.
And we back you up with the local technical support and global resources that Only Olin can provide.