Erection of Hot Dip Galvanizing Plants both Domestically and Internationally


  Galvanizing Plant
Front View
Side View
 Galvanizing Plant :12 mtr. Long x 1.2 mtr Wide x 1.6 mtr. Height  at Saudi Arabia
  Hot Dip Galvanizing Process
  Hot Dip Galvanizing is a factory controlled metallurgical combination of zinc and steel that provides corrosion resistance in a wide variety of environments.

Hot Dip Galvanizing protects steel from corrosion in two ways. It provides cathodic protection and barrier protection.

For over 150 years Hot Dip Galvanizing has had a proven track record of protection in a myriad of applications.
  The Galvanizing Process
  The basic elements to the galvanizing process :  
Surface Preparation.
Inspection/ Finishing.
  Surface Preparation  
Surface preparation is the most important step in the application of any coating. In most instances, where a coating fails before the end of its expected service life it is due to incorrect or inadequate surface preparation.

With galvanizing, the surface preparation process contains its own built-in means of quality assurance and quality control in that zinc will simply not react with a steel surface that is not perfectly clean.

Surface preparation for galvanizing typically consists of three steps :
In this step, the material is completely immersed in a bath of a minimum of 98% pure molten zinc. The bath temperature is maintained at about 4500C. Fabricated items are immersed in the bath long enough to reach bath temperature. The articles are slowly withdrawn from the galvanizing bath , and the excess zinc is removed by draining, vibrating, and/or centrifuging. The steel then goes into a dilute chromate quench giving your product a longer lasting luster.
  Inspection / Finishing  
The most important method of inspection for galvanized articles is visual. A variety of simple physical and laboratory tests may be performed for :
Adherence of the coating,
Uniformity of the coating,