With hot dip galvanising, every millimetre of the steel it touches is galvanised, which means the hot dip galvanising process reaches areas inaccessible to other similar processes for preventing rusting and corrosion.
The galvanised coating of cold rolled steel, using the hot dip galvanising process ensures it will never shrink or crack because it is metallurgically bonded to the steel it protects. It also offers superior resistance to abrasion and water.
Hot dip galvanising is lower in first cost than many other commonly specified protective coatings for steel.
Even in cases where the initial cost of hot dip galvanising is higher than alternative coatings, hot dip galvanising is almost invariably more cost effective in the long term because it lasts longer and needs less maintenance.
Galvanising products are carried out to the appropriate International Standards as well as buyers specification for hot dip galvanising (if required). Coating life and performance are reliable and predictable.
With hot dip galvanising, the Complete Galvanised Steel Tape, Galvanised Steel Strip, Galvanised Steel Coil and Galvanised Steel Wire is galvanised on all the surfaces, including the edges and meets requirements of Indian standards/British standards and other International standards. Zinc Coating will be uniform and adherent at all places.
Zinc coating from hot dip galvanising process is reasonably smooth and free from imperfections such as flux, ash & dross inclusions, black spots, pimples rust strains, bulky white deposits etc. and thus provide for the complete protection of the underlying cold rolled steel.
Hot dip galvanised coatings are assessed readily by eye, and simple non-destructive thickness testing methods can be used.