HOT-DIP GALVANIZED

Iron and steel has been constantly facilitating the life of mankind since the invention of the steel. in many countries, structural steel is now used. Steel has a great weakness in addition to these outstanding features. CORROSION. Corrosion due to its orientation to oxygen due to steel structure. And in time, the chemical composition of steel deteriorates. Physical structure weakens. As a result of weathering, it is increasingly destroyed. The closest and most impressive example of this weakness of steel is the thinning of the reinforcing iron used in the buildings that were destroyed in the last marsa earthquake. This is the most effective way to eliminate the weakness Galvanizing coating applications. Biological and chemical based coatings provide a timely and ineffective coating.
 
Hot Dip Galvanizing is a metallic based coating which forms a alloy between iron and zinc at the end of the process. Hot Dip Galvanizing is a coating method which is formed by metallic reaction which is formed as a result of diffusion of iron and steel products in molten zinc bath which is suitable for galvanizing. Hot Dip Galvanizing is a coating method used for the protection of iron and steel against corrosion for nearly 150 years in the world. A large part of the zinc produced in the world is consumed in this way. The most important reasons for this are zinc resistant to normal decomposition events, iron retention and economical.