The highest corrosion protection for your steel. Hot-dip galvanising guarantees perfect all-round protection of your components.
In hot-dip galvanising, the pretreated steel parts are immersed in a molten zinc liquid that is heated up to approx. 450 °C. This results in a metallurgical reaction, which makes steel and zinc inseparable at their interface and provides a pure zinc coating on the surface. The dipping process allows components to be coated on the inside, outside and even in inaccessible places. The result is an impact resistant, highly corrosion resistant and durable surface with long-term protection that requires no maintenance. These properties are indispensable wherever the most difficult general conditions and weather conditions prevail: The locksmith’s trade, steel and plant construction, vehicle manufacturing and agriculture. The thickness of the zinc coating depends on the material and process.
At our Bludesch, Bürmoos and Judenburg locations, we galvanise in compliance with DIN EN ISO 1461, DASt Guideline 022, DIN EN 1090 and based on customer-specific requirements.