"The result is closer to an alloy, rather than a coating layer"

Hot dip galvanizing is an anticorrosion protection commonly applied to steel. It provides excellent performance when it comes to resistance against the natural process of oxidation, and ensures long product durability.

Forming of allow layers


During the hot dip galvanizing process, three alloy layers are formed into the intermetallic relation Fe-Zn, in addition to an exterior pure zinc layer, which all together provide the equipment with excellent properties of corrosion resistance.

With this coating, the so-called “galvanic cell” is formed, which protects galvanized pieces against any local damage where steel base may be exposed. It is a located cathodic protection in which the zinc acts as an anode of sacrifice.

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