What is hot dip galvanizing?

Hot-dip galvanizing is a method of galvanizing that prevents corrosion and extends the life of a metal product or system. In this treatment method, a metal is immersed in a bath of molten zinc after thorough cleaning and fluxing. In this way, a zinc layer forms on the material.

What are the disadvantages of hot dip galvanizing?

The disadvantage of hot-dip galvanizing compared to sherardizing is that the risk of deformation and uneven layer thickness increases. Post-treatment is also necessary, especially for threaded fittings. Furthermore, zinc drops must be removed.

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