HOT DIP GALVANIZING

Hot-dip galvanizing is the process of immersing iron or steel in a bath of molten zinc to produce a corrosion resistant, multi-layered coating of zinc-iron alloy and zinc metal. While the steel is immersed in the zinc, a metallurgical reaction occurs between the iron in the steel and the molten zinc.


In practice of course, there is a lot of other work being processed too, so the typical turnaround time is about three days. By arrangement, it may even be possible to do it in 24 hours. All these operations take place in a factory environment which is unaffected by the weather.
Hot-dip galvanization is a form of galvanization. It is the process of coating iron and steel with zinc, which alloys with the surface of the base metal when immersing the metal in a bath of molten zinc at a temperature of around 840 °F (449 °C).

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