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    Industrial DIN finishing

    Finishing with the lowest standard is finishing according to industrial standard. Here the component is processed according to the standard DIN EN ISO 1461. Which means: all tips and drips are removed or rounded off to an extent that they cannot cause injury. Remaining zinc ash must be removed. Any flaws in the galvanizing are not improved with zinc dust paint as the coating system in the zinc dust paint may not homogenise with that of the later coating. The surface is not polished in this standard, it remains in its original state. Only any larger traces of hard zinc need to be removed. Roller traces and frays are not removed. The welding seam which normally extrudes in conventional galvanizing due to the materials are not filed.

    The manufacturer of the components should note the following when preparing:

    • The edges of the components should be at least broken off and filed in the case of laser edges to exclude later adherence problems.
    • The component surface should have a unified degree of finish (roughness, degree of rust, scarredness …) as this greatly defines the later appearance of the surface of the hot-galvanizing and therefore also the coating.
    • Steels from the ranges 1 and 3 (sebisty steels) should be selected as materials for a subsequent coating, as only these ranges can achieve relative smoothness and thin coats of the surface refiner.
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