Corrosion protection by hot-dip galvanizing
World statistics show that about 10% of the produced steel rusts and becomes unusable. That is why it is so important that the metal is protected. In our case, this is one of the most cost – effective, durable methods (about 30 years without renewing the layer, unlike paint) - hot-dip galvanizing.
Hot-dip galvanizing is two methods of metal corrosion protection: the first layer, directly, zinc layer, the second layer and the following - insulating protection.
Going deep into chemistry, this process can be explained as follows: zinc in a series of stresses is to the left of iron, which means that zinc will sacrifice its electrons to iron, thus protecting it from corrosion, while being covered with another thin layer of protection.