Hot Dip Galvanising

What is Hot Dip Galvanizing?

The process of zinc coating on steel and Iron is known as Hot Dip Galvanizing. This process is widely followed to increase the life of the base metal and to ensure that the base metal does not rust with time. Be it a fabricated or an unfabricated piece of metal, the molten zinc is used to coat the base metal at about 840 degree Fahrenheit while performing a Hot Dip Galvanizing.

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