Hot Dip Galvanizing
Hot-dip galvanizing is a process that aims to protect steel from corrosion by covering it with a thin layer of zinc. The clean steel is immersed in a zinc pool at a melting point (450° C) to generate a zinc alloy bond. The alloy will thus become stronger than the base metal and resist abrasion.
There are many standards and processes to ensure that the zinc coating is of high quality and that the result is sustainable. In an environment where the corrosive elements are lower, the galvanization can last more than 100 years without any maintenance. You can rely on CBR laser for your galvanized steel parts.