Corrosion never sleeps, get it galvanized.

Why Galvanizing?

Galvanizing refers to a method of preventing corrosion in iron or steel structures, by coating them with a protective layer of zinc. This process is used widely in industries such as construction, automotive, and manufacturing.

The galvanizing process typically involves immersing the iron or steel article in a bath of molten zinc. The zinc coating bonds metallurgically with the base metal, forming a series of zinc-iron alloy layers. This creates a durable and corrosion-resistant barrier that protects the underlying metal from exposure to moisture, oxygen, and other corrosive elements.

The advantages of Galvanizing include:

Corrosion protection

The zinc coating acts as a sacrificial layer, corroding in place of the underlying metal. This extends the lifespan of the iron or steel article.


Galvanized coatings are highly resistant to abrasion, providing long-lasting protection.


Galvanizing is a cost-effective method of corrosion protection compared to other coating techniques.

Easy inspection

The appearance of a galvanized coating provides a visual indication of its condition, making it easy to assess the level of protection.