|Type Of Service Provider||Hot Dip Galvanized|
|Production Capacity||600 MT per month|
|Type Of Industrial Plant||Manufacturers|
The most common galvanizing process is the hot-dip galvanizing process, where a steel part is first cleaned of grease and surface impurities. After surface preparation, the part is dipped into a molten zinc bath for a set amount of time. While submerged, the steel and zinc react to form various layers of iron-zinc alloys, providing the desired protective coating. After galvanizing, the part is cooled and inspected in post-treatment and prepared for its final application.