Know the Different Processes Used to Decorate and Protect Steel

Galvanizing is the process of joining the two metals by subjecting them to high temperatures, often over 300 degrees Celsius. When the metals are heated to this degree they become pliable and ductile, and this is where the idea of galvanized steel came about. When you buy a hot dip galvanized steel piece, it will have been dipped into a vat of water that has been filled with an acid solution and then exposed to an electric current. The galvanized steel has been given a color of either red blue or green due to the dye that has been used to color the metal.

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