100-600g/m2 Galvanized Steel Beams

Galvanized Steel Beams has been hot dipped in a zinc rich galvanizing process.
Galvanized steel beams are a lower cost alternative to stainless steel to achieve rust free protection for many years,
while maintaining comparable strength with a durable hard surface coating.
Galvanized steel beams can be cut, machined or welded by common methods used for regular steel,
but adequate ventilation should be used to avoid inhalation of fumes when heated.

Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Beams

galvanized steel beams
*Zinc Layers :

100-600g/m2 and higher

*Standards,Grades and Sizes
Standard & GradeSize
GB/T 700,Q235 Q275H100*100-900*300
GB/T 1591,Q355
ASTM A36W4-W27
ASTM A572 GR.50
ASTM A992 GR.50
JISG 3101 SS400 SS490H100*100-900*300
JISG 3106 SM490
EN10025 S235 S275 S355152*152-686*254
AS3679 GR.250 GR.300100UC-300UC,

Corrosion of metal happens regularly during construction projects, but it’s something that you can work to avoid with the right materials and processes. Sustainability is a significant factor when choosing materials and contractors due to enforced regulations as well as conscious and ethical decisions to ensure that buildings are as sustainable as possible.

Hot-dip galvanizing is one of the most environmentally friendly finishing processes available to prevent corrosion.Galvanizingis highly sustainable and produces minimal waste. Keep reading to discover what galvanizing is and the benefits of galvanized steel.

What is galvanizing?
Galvanizing is the process of applying a protective zinc coating to various metals to prevent rust. Once the zinc dries, it acts as a sacrificial coating in order to protect that metal from blemishes. Spray galvanize is an organic cold galvanizing compound used to help repair and protect various metal surfaces. Hot-dip galvanizing is a process where the material is dunked into a tank of molten zinc.

Prepared items are galvanized by immersion in molten zinc. The surface of the work is completely covered, producing a uniform coating of zinc and zinc-iron alloy layers whose thickness is determined principally by the mass of the steel being galvanized. This is an important advantage of thegalvanizing process– a standard minimum coating thickness is applied automatically.

Advantages of Galvanized Steel

1. Economic Benefits
2. Durability
3. Less Maintenance
4. Long Life Expectancy
5. Toughest Coating
6. Complete Protection
7. Hygienic
8. Ease of Inspection
9. Faster Install Time
10. Speedy Application

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