The galvanizing of Galvanized Hand Chain is hot-dip galvanized and electro-galvanized. In contrast, the advantages of hot-dip galvanizing are more obvious. For example, the cost of hot-dip galvanizing is higher than that of other paints. The cost is low; in the suburban environment, the standard hot-dip galvanizing rust thickness can be maintained for more than 50 years without repairing; in urban or offshore areas, the standard hot-dip galvanized rust-proof layer can be maintained for 20 years without having to be repaired.
The galvanized layer of the galvanized chain is metallurgically bonded to the steel and becomes part of the steel surface, so the durability of the coating is relatively reliable; the galvanized layer forms a special metallurgical structure that can withstand transport and use. It is mechanically damaged; every part of the galvanized chain can be plated with zinc, which is fully protected even in recesses, sharp corners and hidden areas.
Galvanized chain galvanizing process is faster than other coating methods and avoids the time required to apply on the job site after installation. In general, the cost of hot dip galvanizing is lower than the application of other protective coatings. The reason is very simple. Other protective coatings such as sanding paint are labor intensive processes, whereas hot dip galvanizing processes are highly mechanized, tightly controlled plants. Construction inside. In addition, the hot dip galvanized layer can be tested visually and simply on a non-destructive coating thickness gauge.