Galvanized Steel


A carbon steel sheet coated with zinc on both sides and passed through a molten zinc bath for the purpose of protecting the surface from corrosion. Galvanized steel not only provides corrosion protection and durability, but also its low maintenance, low environmental impact and economic benefits.


The process results in a layer of zinc on each side of the steel sheet that is tightly adhering to the steel through the formation of an iron-zinc alloy bonding layer that is formed by a diffusion process while the heated steel strip is in contact with the molten zinc.

Typical Application

Heating vents, air ducts, agriculture and aesthetics. The zinc coating is one of the most effective and economical methods for protecting bare steel from a corroding environment. There are countless applications for hot dipped galvanized. Almost every industry from automotive to residential construction has applications for this product due to its resistance to rust.