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High-temperature galvanization

Extremely thin, hard and fit – high-temperature galvanization has many advantages. It is ideal for small parts, connectors and anywhere where weight and precision play an absolutely key role.

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Centrifugal galvanizing

High-temperature galvanizing, also known as centrifugal galvanizing, is available at the Świdnica Galvanizing Plant, which has a state-of-the-art galvanizing bath with a device that centrifuges excess zinc, which consequently enables an even better fit of the components that are subsequently joined (e.g. hinges, screws and nuts).       

The technological processes of low-temperature and high-temperature (centrifugal) galvanizing are very similar. High-temperature galvanizing enables obtaining a coating with high corrosion resistance and uniform structure as well as thickness. This method is used for the protection of steel and cast iron components, where the parameters of zinc layer thickness as well as strength are relevant.

The centrifugal galvanizing process



During the high-temperature galvanizing process, molten zinc is heated to 560 degrees Celsius. Advantages of this method include a hard and thin anti-corrosion coating.



During centrifugal galvanizing, screws or other small parts do not lose their fit. The basket of galvanized material is centrifuged, which results in removing excess zinc.



As the material galvanized in this way should not dry in the air, it is cooled in a water bath. This prevents the zinc from chipping, so that the coating retains its aesthetic appearance.