Application of industrial or decorative zinc plating

Galvanising is the process of applying a thin layer of zinc to an iron or steel object to protect it from atmospheric corrosion, extending the life of the underlying ferrous metal by guarding against corrosion and making it more durable. Galvanising makes metal surfaces more resistant to corrosion and is one of the most common processes used in many industrial and commercial sectors to extend the life of surfaces that are particularly exposed to weather and atmospheric agents.

Industrial galvanising

Industrial galvanising produces a metallurgical reaction for considerable improvement in terms of resistance to various types of corrosion.

Decorative galvanising

Decorative galvanising allows the application of different colour finishes, with the classic white and yellow and 'tropicalised' colours.


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