HOT DIP GALVANIZING PLANTS
Hot-dip galvanizing (HDG) is the plating of zinc on the surface of iron and steel by immersing it in a molten hot zinc-filled furnace.
Galvanizing creates a metallurgical bond between the zinc and the plated material, thus providing a high quality corrosion-resistant plating.
Hot-Dip Galvanized plating is widely used in many sectors such as construction, energy, agriculture and automotive as it
does not harm the environment, does not require maintenance and is an economical and long lasting method.
It is without question the most preferred method especially for large steel construction products (power transmission lines, power plants, bridges, large industrial plants, highway barriers, lighting poles, etc.) that are difficult to install and maintain.